Variety selection is a key decision for cotton producers each year. Variety performance is heavily dependent on environmental conditions and geography. Therefore, it is important for growers to select varieties […]
The winter appears to be nearing its end in South Georgia and the time for Georgia cotton producers to start planting is getting closer each day. By the time planting […]
Michigan State University Extension educators in northern Michigan have received grant funding to address variety selection in northern climates. The purpose of these projects is to collect local data on […]
Just in time for cotton producers making variety selections for the coming year, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agronomists in the High Plains and Rolling Plains have released their 2017 […]
After a lengthy delay in getting fiber data back, final data for both the on-farm variety trial program and the small plot Official Variety Trial (OVT) are now available.
With the demand for high quality fruit by consumers, the strong pressure to reduce chemical use in agricultural systems, and a need to enhance the economic efficiency of production, tree-fruit […]
The 2017 TN Cotton Variety Trial Results Publicationis now available online. This document contains detailed results from all harvested trails in the 2017 University of Tennessee Cotton Variety Testing Program.
Southeast farmers can learn tips to maximize profitability on cotton and peanut crops at meetings planned by the Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service this month. The annual South Carolina Cotton […]
Corn and soybean yields in 2017 were better than expected, which will add to the largest grain surpluses in recent years. As of the November 9, 2017 USDA crop production estimates, […]
Cotton variety trials were conducted throughout Mississippi in 2017. Small plot official variety trials (OVT) were conducted at 9 locations, while large plot, on-farm trials were conducted at 17 locations.