• Tips for No-Till Cotton Production, by Dr. John F. Bradley, Beltwide Cotton Genetics.

  • Effect of Reduced Tillage Systems in a Cotton-Corn Rotation on Cotton Profitability, by Normie Buehring, research agronomist, and Stan Spurlock, professor of agricultural economics, Mississippi State University.

  • Effects of Variable Rate Nitrogen Applications on Conservation Tillage Cotton, by C.H. Burmeister, Extension agronomist, and S. H. Norwood, multi-county agent, Auburn University.

  • The Misuse of Glyphosate in Roundup Ready Cotton, by Roger Carter, Louisiana cotton farmer.

  • Roundup Ready and Bt Are Making Farming More Efficient, by Wayne Farmer, Mississippi cotton farmer.

  • No-Tilling Sandy Soil in the Missouri Bootheel, by Roger Dlueck, Missouri cotton, watermelon, and soybean farmer.

  • Finding Success in a Corn and Cotton Rotation, by Paul Good, Mississippi cotton, corn, soybean, and wheat farmer.

  • Economic Factors Affecting Adoption of Conservation Tillage Technology: A Brief Survey of the Literature, by Bob Goodman, Extension economist and associate professor, Auburn University.

  • No-Tillage Cover Crops Aid in Successful Cotton Production System, by Jay Hardwick, Louisiana cotton, corn, grain sorghum, peanut, soybean, and wheat farmer.

  • Glyphosate-Resistant Horseweed: A Roundup or a Rodeo, by Dr. Robert M. Hayes, superintendent, West Tennessee Experiment Station.

  • No-Till Cotton Behind Corn is a Workable Arrangement, by Allen Helms, Arkansas cotton and corn farmer.

  • Fine-Tuning Cotton Production with Variable Rate Everything, by Kenneth Hood, Mississippi cotton, soybean, and milo farmer.

  • Foliar N and K Fertilization of Cotton, by Donald D. Howard, professor emeritus, University of Tennessee.

  • Cotton Weed Management in Wheat Cover Crop Systems, by Andy Kendig, Extension weed specialist, University of Missouri Delta Center.

  • Battling Glyphosate-Resistant Marestail in No-Till Production Systems, by John King, Tennessee cotton, wheat, soybean, corn, and milo farmer.

  • Novel Pest Management Strategies in Conservation Tillage Cotton, by Dr. Roger Leonard, professor, Louisiana State University AgCenter.

  • Insect Pest Management Strategies in Conservation Tillage Cotton, by B. R. Leonard, K. Emfinger, and R. Gable, Louisiana State University AgCenter.

  • Conservation Management in Mid-South Row Crops, by Dr. Martin A. Locke, research leader, National Sedimentation Laboratory, USDA-ARS.

  • Logistics of No-Till Fit Well into Cotton Production Practices, by John Lindamood, Tennessee cotton, corn, wheat, and soybean farmer.444

  • Profit-Maximizing Labor, Land, and Tillage Systems for Representative Mississippi Delta Cotton Farms, by Dr. Steve Martin, Extension economist, Mississippi State University.

  • Labor Savings is Main Reason for Switching to No-Till/Conservation-Till, by Greg Mitchell, Mississippi cotton, soybean, corn, grain, and wheat farmer.

  • Rye Cover Crop, Chicken Litter Help in Stale Seedbed Cotton Production in Rotation with Corn, by Shep Morris, Alabama cotton and corn farmer.

  • Benefits and Potential for Reduced Tillage Cotton Production, by Dr. Will McCarty, Extension leader/cotton specialist, Mississippi State University.

  • Residual Nitrate-Nitrogen in Cotton Production, by Dr. J. Scott McConnell, associate professor, University of Arkansas Southeast Research and Extension Center.

  • Comparison of Solid and Skip-Row Patterns in a No-Till System, by S.P. Nichols, C. E. Snipes, S. Martin, and F. T. Cooke, Delta Research and Extension Center, Mississippi State University.

  • Managing Seedling Disease in Reduced Tillage Systems, by Boyd Padgett, research/Extension plant pathologist, Macon Ridge Research Station, Louisiana State University AgCenter.

  • My Experience with Raising No-Till Cotton the Past 13 Years, by Bill Parker, Tennessee cotton, soybean, wheat, and corn farmer.

  • Fall Preparation Aids in Stale Seedbed Cotton, by Tap Parker, Louisiana rice, cotton, corn, and soybean farmer.

  • Economic Analysis of Surface-Till and No-Till Cotton Production Systems, by Kenneth W. Paxton and Donald J. Boquet, Louisiana State University AgCenter.

  • Determining When to Irrigate Cotton, by Bobby Phipps, state Extension cotton specialist, University of Missouri Delta Research Center.

  • Profit-Maximizing Labor, Land, and Tillage Systems for Representative Mississippi Delta Cotton Farms, by Dr. John Robinson, Extension economist, and Dr. Steve Martin, associate professor, Texas A&M University.

  • Benefits and Pitfalls of No-Till Rice Production, by Dr. Merle M. Anders, rice systems agronomist, University of Arkansas.

  • Winter Flooding Enhances No-Till Rice Production, by Charles Berry, Mississippi rice and soybean farmer.

  • Hybrid Rice in a No-Till System, by Curtis Berry, Mississippi rice and soybean farmer.

  • The View from Washington: Bud-get Famine or Election Year Feast?, by Fred J. Clark, Washington counsel, US Rice Producers Association.

  • Drill and Water-Seeded Rice into a Zero Grade No-Till Planting Procedure, by Jay Coker, Arkansas rice and soybean farmer.

  • Nitrogen Fertilizers for Stale Seed-bed Rice Production, by Patrick Bollich, professor and rice agronomist, Louisiana State University AgCenter.

  • Ducks Unlimited and Production Agriculture: A Successful Partnership Benefiting Waterfowl, the Environment, and Producers, by Chris Cole, director of conservation programs, Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee.

  • Pest Risks Associated with Importing Rice Seed from Argentina into the U.S., by Frederico Cuevas, vice president and development director, RiceTec.

  • Knife In Liquid Fertilizer with No-Till Drill in Stale Seedbed No-Till Rice, by Steve Devillier, Texas rice, soybean, and cattle farmer.

  • Rice System, Wheat, and Soybean Rotations Are Unique, by John Freeman, Arkansas rice, wheat, and soybean farmer.

  • What I've Learned About Stale Seedbed Vs. Water-Seeding, by Kim Frey, Louisiana rice, soybean, and sugarcane farmer.

  • Clear Water-Seeded Yield Trial with Hybrid Rice (30 lbs. per acre) Compared to Conventional Varieties (120 lbs. per acre), by Ernest Girouard, Louisiana rice and crawfish farmer.

  • Stale Seedbed Rice Allows Early Spring Fieldwork, Gary Goode, Mississippi rice, cotton, corn, wheat, and soybean farmer.

  • Performance of XL8 and CLXL8 on Zero-Graded Fields, by Terry Gray, Arkansas rice and soybean farmer.

  • What's the Forecast for the Rice Market as We Prepare to Plant?, by Milo Hamilton, rice analyst, nopotatoes.com/Firstgrain, Inc.

  • A Successful Rice Crop on No-Till, Water-Seeded, Zero-Graded Land, by Chris Isbell, Arkansas rice farmer.

  • Rice Weed Control 101, by Andy Kendig, Extension weed specialist, University of Missouri Delta Center.

  • Conservation Tillage in Texas Rice, by Dr. Arlen Klosterboer, retired professor and Extension agronomist, Texas A&M University.

  • What to do After Winter Burn-down, by Mark E. Kurtz, research professor, Mississippi State University.

  • Minimum-Till Rice Production Using Clearfield Rice Technology in Drill and Water-Seeded Systems, by Ron Levy, county agent, Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service.

  • Fate of Different N Fertilizers Applied Pre-Flood to Drill-Seeded, Delayed-Flood Rice, by R. J. Norman, C. E. Wilson, Jr., P. K. Bollich, N.A. Slaton, and D.L. Boothe.

  • No-Till in Rice, by Steve Prather, Mississippi rice and soybean farmer.

  • New Rice Herbicide Update, by Dr. Robert Scott, Extension weed specialist, University of Arkansas.

  • RiceTec Hybrids Excel in Conservation Tillage Systems in South Louisiana, by Mark Spilman, technical service representative, RiceTec.

  • Rice Response to P on Low Soil Test-P Soils, by Dr. Timothy W. Walker, assistant research professor, Mississippi State University.

  • Twelve Years Experience Proves No-Till Works Best, by Gibb Steele, Mississippi rice, soybean, milo, and wheat farmer.

  • Economics of No-Till Rice Production in Arkansas, by Dr. Brad Watkins, research assistant professor, agricultural economics, University of Arkansas.

  • The New Bedded Beans, by Wayne M. Wiggins and Wayne M. Wiggins III, Arkansas rice, corn, wheat, and soybean farmers.

  • Production Trends in 20 Years of the Rice Research Verification Program, by C. E. Wilson, Jr., J. W. Branson, and T. Windham, University of Arkansas Rice Research and Extension Center.

  • Production and Economics of Double-Crop Wheat and Soybeans, by Ralph Allen, Mississippi soybean, rice, and wheat farmer.

  • Winter Weed Management in Reduced-Tillage Soybean Production Systems, by Daniel H. Poston, Delta Research and Extension Center, Mississippi State University.

  • Seed-Specific Application System for In-Furrow Liquids, by F. Henry Moody, senior research associate, University of Tennessee.

  • How to Get the Most Out of Conservation Tillage Corn and Grain Sorghum, by Dr. John Bradley, Beltwide Cotton Genetics.

  • Effect of Reduced Tillage Systems in a Cotton-Corn Rotation on Cotton Profitability, Dr. Normie Buehring, research agronomist, Mississippi State University.

  • 20 Years of No-Till, Minimum-Till Corn, by Jack Finch, Tennessee corn, wheat, soybean, and freshwater prawns farmer.

  • Seed-Specific Application System for In-Furrow Liquids, by F. Henry Moody, senior research associate, University of Tennesse.

  • Precision Agriculture is a Good Conservation Measure, by Richard Parsons, Mississippi cotton, corn, wheat, and soybean farmer.