Southwest Cotton: Better Planting Days; Pull Out the Hooded Sprayers Jun 10, 2015

🕔Jun 10, 2015
Glyphosate resistant Kochia and Russian Thistle will increase the need for better plant management in the northern Panhandle.  Good stands are sprouting on the South Plains, but weed management remains […]

Cotton Southwest: Progress at Last; Prevented Planting Tips – AgFax Jun 3, 2015

🕔Jun 3, 2015
Improved weather conditions in some areas of Texas and Oklahoma certainly helped move fieldwork and plant growth along this week. Kansas shouldn’t be too far behind if they can just […]

Cotton Southwest: Weather Delays Mean Fewer Planted Acres – AgFax May 27, 2015

🕔May 27, 2015
Weather delays are potentially taking out more cotton acres. Growers, who have already put down cotton-only preemergent products, are faced with limited crop alternatives.  Insects have been relatively light so […]

Southwest Cotton: Rain to Spare – Acres Will Take a Hit – AgFax May 20, 2015

🕔May 20, 2015
No one wants to complain too loudly about rain in the Southwest, but a dry-out break would sure be appreciated by cotton growers facing a narrow planting window.  Spring rain […]

Cotton: Parts of Texas Still Wet and Delayed. Seriously? Yep. – AgFax May 12, 2015

🕔May 12, 2015
Rain continues to keep the Blacklands and Brazos Valley running behind. A big batch of sunshine would certainly be a welcome sight there also. Some fields have been under water […]

Texas Cotton: 2014 High Plains Variety Trial Report Available Mar 19, 2015

🕔Mar 19, 2015
The Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension cotton team at Lubbock has released their “Systems Agronomic and Economic Evaluation of Cotton Varieties in the Texas High Plains” report for 2014. […]

Southwest Cotton: Potential is Good; Some 2-Bale Dryland – AgFax Sep 9, 2014

🕔Sep 9, 2014
Dryland cotton harvest has started around Waco and consultant Mark Nemec reports some 2-bale yields.

Cotton in Southwest – Beneficials Helping Late Season; Irrigation Wrappng Up – AgFax Sep 3, 2014

🕔Sep 3, 2014
Irrigation Termination?  Soil needs to be “wet enough to keep the plants alive so the harvest aides will work better,” advises Mark Kelley, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Cotton Specialist, Lubbock. […]

Cotton in Southwest – Early Yield Reports Good; Oklahoma Needs Rain – AgFax Aug 26, 2014

🕔Aug 26, 2014
Upper Coast pickers continue to bring in good cotton yields. South Texas is looking at 3-bale yields in Frio County.  

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