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Apr 17, 2013

PCG president sees challenges for cotton

Weather, as usual, will pose the biggest challenge for Texas High Plains cotton growers this year, says Craig Heinrich, president, Plains Cotton Growers....More
Apr 11, 2013

Cotton may replace damaged wheat in SRP

Rick Minzenmayer, Texas AgriLife Extension specialist for Green and Runnels Counties, in the Southern Rolling Plains, says freeze injury was not as damaging to wheat as the prolonged drought...More
Apr 5, 2013

At 98, Elmo Snelling has no desire to retire

Elmo Snelling has no plans to retire. This spring he’s working on his 67th crop ....More
Apr 4, 2013

Cotton growers see assessment dollars at work

Cotton producers from across the country recently toured Cotton Incorporated headquarters in Cary, NC, to see how their assessment dollars are spent to keep cotton competitive on the world market....More
Mar 20, 2013

Growing food the biggest challenge of 21st century? (Part 2)

Producing enough food to feed 9 billion people by 2050 will be a monumental undertaking, the biggest challenge facing the world’s leaders in the 21st Century....More
Mar 20, 2013

Growing food biggest challenge of 21st century? (Part 1)

It’s estimated that 850 million people in the world suffer from chronic hunger. 650 million of those are farmers who can’t grow enough food to feed their families....More
Mar 19, 2013

Chinese cotton reserves = 3 U.S. crops

The Chinese government's decision to support domestic cotton prices at 40 cents more than the Cotton Outlook A Index is impacting world markets and U.S. producers....More
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