Archive for October, 2013
Precision ag is a system, not single practices.
For the Karcher family farm, variable-rate application of inputs means keeping up with almost constant change in software, hardware, GPS and equipment. But the need for basic agronomy knowledge is always the same.
Cotton prices hold steady under pressure to go lower
After rallying to almost 88 cents the first week of this month, cotton prices (Dec13 futures) fell 4 cents and closed Friday at 83.11 cents per pound, the lowest close since back in early September.
Irrigation cuts costs, worry for North Carolina’s Todd Lewis
Todd Lewis has long history with irrigation — some of it magic and some of it tragic.
Cotton LEADS™ – Australia & The United States: Pioneers & Partners In Progress
Cotton LEADS is designed to assist businesses along the cotton supply chain with their sustainability goals.
What Shutdown? Traders Find Plenty To Talk About
Though USDA cancelled its monthly crop report, traders were able to piece together export inspections totals.
Cotton Or Nothing
STRIKING MANNEQUINS STRIKE A CHORD WITH CUSTOMER COMPLAINTS