We learned recently that USDA reported the 2016 cotton crop was larger than had been previously estimated. But as Gary Crawford reports, some wonder if that will that push prices down.
The Georgia Cotton Commission’s annual meeting and UGA Cotton Production Workshop is coming up this Wednesday, January 25 in Tifton. GCC Executive Director Richey Seaton hopes producers will attend.
Cotton growers are now one step closer to complete access to the most innovative weed control technology available. Enlist Duo herbicide has received federal registration for use on Enlist™ cotton, which will allow growers to use an additional mode of action post-emergence.
Cash back available for growers planting PhytoGen® brand varieties with new Residual Rewards PhytoGen continues to redefine the standard. By bringing forward more varieties that provide high yield potential, stability and excellent quality along with new traits, PhytoGen helps growers thrive.
While one analyst sees a cut in overall U.S. planted acres for 2017, Gary Crawford reports there are two crops that could see an increase.
Although world consumption for cotton has expanded for the past five years, demand continues to struggle due to increased competition from lower priced man-made fibers. Dr. Gary Adams, President and CEO of the National Cotton Council, says the export market for U.S. cotton continues to be the primary outlet.
The Georgia Cotton Commission’s (GCC) meeting and University of Georgia Cotton Production Workshop is coming up January 25 in Tifton. GCC Executive Director Richey Seaton is encouraging producers to register for the annual event.
Everett Griner talks about the cotton exports increasing in today’s Agri View.
Everett Griner talks about cotton picking, imports and exports in today’s Agri View.
Everett Griner talks about how the boll weevil is not the only problem for the cotton producer in today’s Agri View.