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Here is our first of two Southeast Cotton Harvest Survey Reports for 2013. Thanks to everyone who took part in this week's survey. If you're on our next request list, please take a minute (or less) to respond to our very brief form.

  

These reports give people in the Southeast cotton community a non-threatening way to compare results -- what helped in 2013, what hurt and changes that might be made in 2014.

 


 

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HARVEST SURVEY REPORTS

   

Georgia; Counties: Clay, Quitman and Stewart; Grower

Date of report: 11/19/2013

 

Georgia; Counties: Decatur, Grady and Seminole; Grower and Dealer Fieldman/Agronomist

Date of report: 11/18/2013

 

Georgia, Jefferson County, Grower

Date of report: 11/18/2013

 

Georgia; Counties: Johnson, Laurens, Dodge and Bleckley; Dealer/Manager

Date of report: 11/18/2013

 

Alabama (Madison County) and Tennessee (Lincoln County), Grower

Date of report: 11/18/2013

   


   

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Georgia, Sumter and Lee Counties, Grower

Date of report: 11/18/2013

 

Alabama; Counties: Covington, Dale, Henry, Geneva, Coffee, Houston, Henry and Barbour; Extension

Date of report: 11/18/2013

 

North Carolina, Nash and Edgecomb Counties, Grower

Date of report: 11/18/2013

 

Georgia, Cook County, Farm Manager

Date of report: 11/18/2013

 

North Carolina; Counties: Hyde, Beaufort and Tyrell; Private Consultant

Date of report: 11/18/2013

  


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Alabama; Counties: Monroe, Escambia and Baldwin; Grower

Date of report: 11/17/2013

 

Alabama; Counties: Dale, Coffee and Pike; Grower

Date of report: 11/17/2013

 

Georgia, All Southwest Counties, Extension/University

Date of report: 11/17/2013

 

LINKS

Flint on Crops: New Options May Help in Management of Nematodes  11-20

 

Southern Soybean Harvest Reports – What Helped, What Hurt – AgFax  11-20

 

Tennessee Cotton: Winter Production Meeting Dec. 9 at Oakland  11-19

 

North Carolina: Extension Plant Pathologist Wells Dies at 92  11-18

 

Cleveland on Cotton: Chinese Give New Meaning to ‘High Cotton’ – $60B Worth  11-15

 

Alabama: Dry Conditions Aid Harvest, Slow Forage Growth – USDA 11-18

 

Georgia: Variable Rains, Freezing Temperatures – USDA 11-18

 

Georgia: Corn, Cotton Both Need Just the Right Amount of N 11-15

 

North Carolina: Peanut, Sweet Potato Harvests Finished, Cotton, Soybeans Advancing – USDA 11-18

 

South Carolina: Peanut Harvest Finished, Cotton, Soybeans Still Lagging – USDA 11-18

 

Virginia: Good Harvest Progress, Concerns of Soybean Cracking – USDA 11-18

 

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