Timing has been a major factor in the maturity of this year’s cotton crop, whether that was the less than ideal weather or the premature application of harvest aids, according to Randy Redinger, location manager at Crop Production Services, Olton.
"Yields look promising," says Huguley. "But I won't know about the quality of the cotton until it's graded."
“There’s certainly some optimism about crop prospects now that we’re getting a pretty decent October,” says Texas AgriLife Extension Cotton Specialist Seth Byrd at Lubbock. “So, whether it’s maturing bolls or taking advantage of the weather to...
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Wind, rain, hurricanes, cold, and wildfires set Texas crops back but harvest shows a mixed bag this fall.
From planting to harvest, no person stepped a foot on the 2.5 acres of barley. Robots and drones handled the scouting and the field work.