Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) officials have asked EPA for an emergency permit to use the herbicide to help cotton producers stave off the growth of Palmer amaranth, which potentially threatens substantial crop losses this season....More
In years like this, where the expected ending stocks are greater than those for the previous crop, the seasonal pattern of price weakness usually kicks in after the August/September reporting period....More
Southwest cotton producers will visit their counterparts in North Carolina and Virginia from August 3-8 as part of the National council 2014 Producer Information Exchange (P.I.E) program. Texas will host producers from the Southeast August 19-24....More
Hancock described the steps most American cotton farmers take to ensure that their land remains productive and that they protect the natural resources necessary for crop production and for healthy life.
The predictable and potentially significant effects of El Niño rainfall patterns on global cotton production are from drier weather in Australia and Central India, and wetter weather for the U.S. Cotton Belt....More
The Cotton Board will be hosting a booth at the Texas Cotton Ginners Association's 107th Annual Meeting and Cotton Trade Show is scheduled for April 3 and 4 at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center. - and we want your used denim! The Cotton Board's Regional Communications Managers will hold a Blue Jeans Go Green denim drive where each piece of donated denim earns a chance to win a $250 gift card from Cabela's – World Foremost Outfitters....More
The combination of a new, effective fungicide treatment and smart phone technology offer cotton producers in affected areas a new tool to determine if they need to treat acreage for cotton root rot....More