Archive for March, 2016
St. Louis-based Monsanto sells cotton seed in India via Mahyco Monsanto Biotech, or MMB.
Dominic Reisig tells North Carolina cotton farmers that if they don’t yet have plant bugs, that’s great, but they still need pay attention…
Much of NC’s cotton is grown in no-till or strip-till systems and therefore requires a preplant burndown.
Andrew Burleson, president of the North Carolina Cotton Producers Association, and a cotton producer in Stanly County, has announced that a referendum will be held on Friday April 01, 2016.
The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is allowing another 45 days for comments…
Cotton farmers now have a new pre-emergence herbicide and class of chemistry in the fight against resistant weeds.