Archive for April, 2016
At the end of day, if a planter plants seed, a combine cuts corn, or a picker picks cotton, that’s good enough, precision agriculture be damned.
The optimal seeding rate and plant population for cotton varies from field to field and is dependent on many factors.
Excellent information applicable to any SE cotton-growing state from Ethan Carter, University of Florida.
Feral swine (sus scrofa) are prolific animals that can damage any environment, including farm land.
Know Your Products!!…and the Difference between Trade Names and Chemical Names for Products Used in Cotton
Generic products can often offer producers effective and comparable options
U.S. cotton growers will plant 9.56 million acres in 2016 – an 11% increase over last year.