Cotton - News and Analysis

DTN Cotton Open: Trades Modestly Ahead

Cotton futures opened on the session low overnight and traded modestly ahead Monday in the upper half of the range […]

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Tennessee Cotton: Crunch Time for Insect Management

This mid-flowering window is the time when immature plant bugs, stink bug and bollworm infestations may all coincide.

Ernie Flint, Mississippi State University Extension Area Agronomist

Flint on Crops: Challenges for Farmers Keep Coming, Keep Changing

Farmers always have challenges; if that were not true there would probably be many more farmers. They face an endless […]

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Kentucky: Biosolids Becoming Viable Fertilizer Option

Every metropolitan city in the U.S. has a wastewater treatment plant, and all of those plants have to do something with […]

Keith Good: July 1 Cattle, Calf Inventory Comes in at Historic Low

Beef and Pork On Friday, in its semi-annual Cattle report, USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) indicated that, “All cattle and […]

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California Cotton Moving Quickly, Aphids And Whitefly Around – AgFax

Aphids are building in cotton in places, and we’re hearing about more treatment activity. Whitefly treatments are being made on […]

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California Cotton: Crop Setting Up Along 2 Very Different Paths

This year there appears to be significant acreage of plants that could be described in one of the following ways: […]

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California Cotton: Heat Effects, PGR Decisions

July’s daily high temperatures have generally not been high enough to directly injur cotton plants and developing fruit. However, with […]

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Texas Cotton: Lygus Uptick Noted – Hale And Swisher Counties

It has been an ideal week for plant development. It was far below ideal for anyone working and baking in […]

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USDA Commentary: Weekly Cotton Markets, Weather by Region

Spot cotton quotations averaged 37 points lower than the previous week, according to the USDA, Agricultural Marketing ServiceÂ’s Cotton Program. […]

Sunbelt Ag News

    DTN Cotton Open: Trades Modestly Ahead7-28

    Flint on Crops: Challenges for Farmers Keep Coming, Keep Changing7-28

    DTN Livestock Open: Cattle Complex Staged for Bullish Start7-28

    DTN Grain Open: Soybeans Start 10 Cents Higher7-28

    Keith Good: July 1 Cattle, Calf Inventory Comes in at Historic Low7-28

    USDA Commentary: Weekly Cotton Markets, Weather by Region7-25

    Rose on Cotton: No Pleasure in this Market Made for Bears7-25

    Rice Market: U.S. Futures Decline as Global Prices Rise7-25

    Rice Crop: Harvest Begins Slowly in Louisiana and Texas7-25

    Rice Commentary – Rice Farmers Need to Consider a New Business Plan7-25

    Leave Your Guns at the House, Boys.7-25

    DTN Livestock Close: Cattle Futures Explode to New Highs7-25

    Doane Cotton Close: Futures Continue Lower After Midweek Rally7-25

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Soybeans Mixed, Wheat, Corn Gain Slightly7-25

    AFB Cotton Close: Sell-Off Continues7-25

    AFB Rice Close: Futures Continue Lower7-25

    DTN Cotton Close: Settles on New Contract Lows7-25

    Peanuts: 15% Of Crop Ungathered In Key Argentine Production Area7-25

    Rail Car Delays Causing Dread Among Elevator Operators – DTN7-25

    DTN Grain Close: Wheat Prices Rally Off Lows7-25

    Catfish Production: Water Surface Acres at 63,700 Acres7-25

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights7-25

    Arkansas: New iPhone App Simplifies Farmers’ Finances7-25

    DTN Livestock Midday: Cattle Futures Continue Higher7-25

    DTN Grain Midday: Wheat 3 to 6 Cents Up in Front Months7-25

    Taking the Risk Out of Buying Used Equipment — DTN7-25

    North Carolina: Rediscovering Grain Sorghum — DTN7-25

    Peanuts: Worms Still Building In SE; Rains Boost West’s Crop – AgFax7-25

    Shurley on Cotton: Prices Try to Stabilize, Still Show Weakness7-25

    Southern Soybean Insect Situation Gets Complicated – AgFax7-25

    AgFax Wildlife Review: Wild Hogs Damaging Levees in Louisiana7-25

    Ethanol: Final 2014 RFS Release ‘Imminent’ – DTN7-24

    Doane Cotton Close: Prices Break Out of Range Lower7-24

    Rice – Arkansas, Mississippi – Blast Becomes Major Concern – AgFax7-24

    New Rural Infrastructure Fund Established — DTN7-24

    U.S. Grain Transportation: Wheat Demand Increases, Inspections Rise7-24

    2014 Farm Bill Decisions: Base Acre Reallocation Option7-24

    Midwest Grain: Pull the Fungicide Trigger Now? It Depends. – AgFax7-24

    Louisiana: Sodium Nitrite Explored for Wild Hog Control7-24

    U.S. Energy: Refineries Running at Record Levels7-24

    Gasoline Prices: Show 4-Cent Decrease7-24

    Propane Stocks: Continue to Rise7-24

    Diesel Prices: Average Declines by 3 Cents7-24

    Corn: Pollination is One of Nature’s Miracle – DTN7-23

    Wheat Tour Sees One of the Best Crops in Years – DTN7-23

    10 Arkansas and 2 Tennessee Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas7-23

    Soybeans: Is the 2014 Average Yield Headed for a New Record?7-23

    Drones Monitoring the Garden or Your Crop? One Is Legal, One Is Not.7-23

    Cotton In The Midsouth – Plant Bugs Persist As Bollworms Arrive – AgFax7-23

    Cotton – Plant Bugs, Stink Bugs Overlapping In Parts Of Southeast – AgFax7-23

    Cotton in Southwest: Blooms Spreading; Fleahopper, White Fly on the Move7-22

    USDA: Don’t Forget Farm Bill Conservation Compliance Changes7-22

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices7-22

    Good Reports on Corn; Wet Weather Stressing Beans — DTN7-22

    Cattle: Nebraska Study Finds No Ill Effects from Zilmax — DTN7-22

    South Korea Importers Returning to U.S. Corn, DDGS — DTN7-22

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