Archive for September, 2012
Patience may be key to cotton defoliation this year
Rank cotton a problem in North Carolina
NC Farmers and Ranchers for Romney
In August, Mitt Romney announced creation of a group aimed at helping him win in agriculture-heavy states. On Wednesday, his campaign announced the North Carolina leadership of his Farmers and Ranchers for Romney.
5 Ways to Position Yourself for the Long Term
Volatility and uncertainty create both risk and opportunity, but there are actions producers can take to minimize risk.
Farm succession requires more than good intentions
Planning for the transfer of one’s farm from one generation to the next can be aided by following some very practical steps.
Designers, consumers choose cotton for price, versatility, comfort
As trends change and fashions evolve, cotton remains in the spotlight
When corn, cotton prices start with 7, it’s not good for cotton acres
Cotton acreage could take a big hit in 2013, as it must compete with corn and soybeans on the supply side
Target leaf spot in North Carolina cotton not as wide-spread as feared
First, every field in North Carolina does not have Corynespera (target leaf spot). Thankfully it does not appear to be quite as wide-spread as we had initially feared.