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Any consumers who buy organic food because they believe it contains more healthful nutrients than conventional food are wasting their money.”
Companies, heed Cotton, Incorporated’s example. Their product is soft, but they have bolls of steel.
I’ve been trying for years to figure out why activists make such nonsensical statements about technology they know so little about…
If what they say comes true about the potential of the current El Niño, Southeast farmers need to plant cover crops as soon as possible after harvest….
The first step a famer can take down the path to making wiser marketing decisions is to know his cost of production.
By now, most post-emergence and/or layby h.erbicides have been applied and cotton is beginning to lap the middles.
In their latest blog, Extension Cotton Specialists Guy Collins and Keith Edmisten remind growers that several tools and strategies for PGR management are available.
Although it looks like plant bugs may be again be an issue in 2015, we don’t need to panic. What I mean by don’t panic is that we shouldn’t spray if it’s not needed.
The productivity gains of agriculture that occurred in the 20th century as a result of cropland expansion and scientific breakthroughs are now at risk from curtailed research and development.
Southeast Farm Press’ Brad Haire pens a comical blog about a serious subject. The doctor said it was cancer. The other fellow said, “The !%#$ you say.”