dense cover holds soil, retains moisture, shields cotton
Families and businesses still rebuilding, while another hurricane season begins.
Numerous complaints received. Growers urged to comply with application requirements.
The newest acres being devoted to cotton are in some of the shortest season environments in the nation. Byrd emphasizes need for more research in this area.
International school set for August 6-16
“Our applications have to be on target to protect not only each other, but ultimately to protect our ability to utilize these technologies in the future.”
Dr. David Kerns discusses aphids and spider mites; urges growers not to repeatedly use the same insecticide when treating to avoid resistance.
Texas Crop and Weather Report – May 22, 2018
LOCATION CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER...relocating to Taylor, Texas
No-till and cover crops offer good options for Southwest row crop producers