Archive for April, 2016
Value in collecting data to make decisions that increase productivity and decrease input costs may be worth $45 an acre.
The North Carolina plant sciences initiative received a big boost on March 15 when North Carolina voters approved a $2 billion bond package….
Conditions continue to look pretty good for cotton planting.
The optimal seeding rate and plant population for cotton varies from field to field and is dependent on many factors.
As we continue to rely heavily on herbicides, we are continually exerting selection pressure for resistance.
How can I manage my equipment costs when margins are so tight?
Nine years ago, Alan York wrote that glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth had the potential to become the most serious problem facing cotton producers.
This consistency of decent planting conditions from mid-April into early May is unusual.
Farm Service Agency (FSA) announces the 2016-crop loan rate differentials for upland and extra-long staple cotton.
I’ve been trying for years to figure out why activists make such nonsensical statements about technology they know so little about…