“The whipsaw of that farmer from a week earlier when he was expecting a record yield, and then for Harvey to develop in the Gulf rather quickly, and to see that farmer stand in that same field a week later with the crop totally destroyed is...
They saw fields of cotton that were completely flooded by torrential rains, leaving nothing but dead stalks. Harvested cotton in modules remained along field borders, sagging and discolored from absorbed moisture and reeking of decay.
Growers urged to switch to air induction nozzles if they haven't already for spraying dicamba formulations.
This week may determine if cotton's bullish bias remains with a price consideration of 91 cents.
Secretary of Agriculture Sony Perdue and House Agriculture Committee Chairman Mike Conaway toured South Texas hurricane damage.
Traffic accident cuts short tour of Hurricane Harvey damage in South Texas.
The Cotton Board wants to see your best cotton photos. One winning photo will be selected and featured in The Cotton Board’s 2018 Industry Calendar.
A recent analysis reveals how Hurricane Irma treated Georgia cotton.
Fall meeting offerings include rotation and cover crops, water rights and eminent domain, livestock trade and production, rice outlook and trade show, and a look at farm policy.
Goals include reducing the amount of land needed to grow a bale of cotton.