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  • Cotton News

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    A group dedicated to all things cotton!
    Interest: Cotton, Precision Agriculture, Irrigation, Marketing, Agribusiness

    How Precision Technology can Tackle Cotton’s Irrigation and Pests’ Challenges in the 2020s

    By Vijayalaxmi Kinhal

    Updated Aug 7, 2020 

    The high-value returns from cotton as well as the higher costs of production should be ample incentives for adopting precision farming. The vagaries of climate change and its disruptions to the normal farm schedule only increases the value of this information technology for cotton. Climate Change is Altering Pest Attack PatternsIncreasing drought and extreme weather due to climate change are impacting cotton in unforeseen ways. The unpredictable changes in weather patterns aren’t just disturbing the environmental conditions needed for cotton crops... When wild plant hosts dry due to early drought, tarnished plant bugs (TPB) and stinkbugs move from them to cotton earlier than usual...

    Categories: Cotton, Irrigation, Precision Agriculture

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    How to Cultivate Cotton Organically

    By Vijayalaxmi Kinhal

    Updated Oct 24, 2020 

    Though most of the organic cotton in the world comes from Asia, Texas in the USA is also a major producer. Although specific growing methods may vary based on region and farm size, there are general principles that can be applied throughout the world when it comes to growing organic cottonEconomicsThere are many reasons to grow cotton organically. The market share of organic cotton has grown from 1% in 2008 to 21% in 2018... However, by the third year, the yield was similar to conventional farms, in an Indian experiment, and the ROI of organic cotton was 25% higher, as production costs are less. Organic cotton growers in Texas also get yields similar to conventional farms, according to Textile Exchange, and the organic seeds cost only $70 per bag compared to $400 for GMO seeds...

    Categories: Cotton, Organic Specialty Crops, Sustainable Agriculture

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    Emerging pest resistance: A peek into the Bt cotton industry

    By SHARATH CHANDRAN U.S

    Updated Aug 9, 2020 

    Cotton is by far the most important fiber crop in the world. India is the largest producer of cotton followed by the US, where it is considered as a major cash crop playing a key role in the country’s agricultural and industrial economy... 500 pounds) of cotton in the year 2019. The cotton industry has seen radical changes over the decades regarding production capacity and value. All thanks to genetic engineering the Bt technology revolutionized the cotton industry and has led to unparalleled success...

    Categories: Cotton

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    The $100,000 Decision You're About to Make

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    Updated Feb 18 

    It's that time of year again where planting prep is on the brain. Soon, things will be waking up from the doldrums of Winter. ... At Tennessee's dryland OVT plots for Cotton the difference in lint yield was 156 lbs or $109/acre using a price of $. 70 cotton...

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    Best Guide for Microbial Fertilizer Products Introduction

    By Darren Chan

    Updated May 12, 2020 

    There are lots of Microbial fertilizer products in the market, many growers don’t know how to distinguish and choose the right products for crops. This article will tell you “Why we use Microbial fertilizer” & “Functions of different Microbial products. Why use Microbial Fertilizer ProductsIt’s a kind of product that the life activities of microorganisms make crops get a specific fertilizer effect. Microbial fertilizers products play an essential role in agriculture, not only in improving the supply of soil nutrients, but also in promoting crop growth, disease resistance, and stress resistance. After applying the microbial fertilizer in the soil, the “symbiotic effect of fungi and crops,” “nutrient coordination effect,” “biological nitrogen fixation effect” will occur between the fungus, crops, and soil ecological environment to ensure healthy growth and stability of the crops...

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    High-efficiency bio nematicide to control root knot nematodes

    By Darren Chan

    Published Apr 11, 2019 

    Damages of nematodesNematodes attack plant roots, stems and leaves. They are a major group of crop pathogens and cause worldwide losses estimated at about US$120 billion every year. They inhabit the soil and damage the roots of plants, weakening their ability to absorb water and nutrients. The symptoms of these damages include stunting, yellowing of plant leaves, and loss of plant vigour. Nematodes rarely killing plants directly, But they will affect plant growth and yields greatly...

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    Times Are Tough but Don't Cut This One Input

    By Fertility And Soils

    Updated Apr 9 

    You hear the same advice all around during times like this: “The farmers who will survive and thrive during tough times are low-cost producers. ” For the most part, this is very good advice. Farmers are inundated with a number of questionable inputs and, during the toughest of times, it’s not hard to see areas where we can cut rates or cut out products completely. However, there’s one input that I would urge you to continue to use vigilantly. Don’t cut the rates and definitely don’t eliminate this...

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    The Most Comprehensive Soil Conditioner Program

    By Darren Chan

    Updated Apr 9 

    With the progress of society and the increasingly developed science and technology, there has been a lot of pollution in the environment in which we live, and the land we live in is now devastated. Therefore, we must take measures to carry out soil remediation and control soil pollution. Soil problems will become an important part of the environmental protection cause in the future. Then there are problems. How do we solve these problems? As a farmer, we should understand the countermeasures...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Cotton, Crop Protection

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    Dicamba ban - got a "Plan B" - 12 consultants share their ideas for 2021

    By Owen Taylor

    Published Sep 7, 2020 

    Producers could be without 3 primary over-the-top dicamba products in 2021 if a critical court ruling holds. Essentially, the decision banned dicamba, which strips away the main feature in dicamba-resistant technology – dicamba itself. Even before the 2020 crop wrapped up, many farmers and their crop advisors already were considering their Plan B – a weed management approach for 2021 that omits dicamba altogether. So, what will go into these Plan B’s?We posed that question to 12 consultants in 10 states across the Midwest, Midsouth, Southeast and Southwest. How will they and their clients formulate an approach in a year without the herbicide?Click here to learn about their potential approaches for the coming crop year...

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  • Maher Alatar Egypt, Alexandria, Alexandria

    Business Title: Cairo
    Job Title: Farmer, Ag Retail Professional, Landowner, Rancher, Farm Manager or Employee, Ag Investor, Farmer's Spouse or Family Member, Crop Consultant, Extension Agent or University Employee, Veterinarian, Precision Agriculture Specialist
    Interests: Conservation Plans, NRCS, Conservation Easements, Cover Crops, Purchasing, Shops, Tools, Repair, Projects, Human Resources, Succession Planning, Farm Management, Ag Policy, Accounting and Bookkeeping, Agribusiness, Farmland and Real Estate, Operating a Farm, Taxes, Marketing, Ag Commentary, News, Precision Agriculture, Apps, Telemetry, Crop Scouting, Irrigation, Sustainable Agriculture, Soil Health, Fertility, Crop Protection, Dairy, Grass-Fed Livestock, Specialty Livestock, Swine, Poultry, Feed, Beef, Corn, Organic Row Crops, Soybeans, Rice, Wheat, Sorghum, Peanuts, Cotton, Canola, Orchard Crops, Tree Nuts, Vegetables, Organic Specialty Crops, Hemp, Homesteading, Hunting, Tobacco, Fishing, Horses, Timber

    Douglas Todd United States, WA, Woodinville

    Business Title: Construction
    Job Title: Engineer
    About: Am civil engineering,I believe in making the world a better place, one smile at a time, the most important quality in a partner for me is intelligence Being able to have conversations about life.Am willing to relocate to meet a good serious woman. Am looking for a true serious relationship that can lead to marriage and a faithful woman who know the meaning of true and $*@! fearing person
    Interests: Ag Policy, Agribusiness, Cover Crops, Irrigation, Marketing, Organic Row Crops, Precision Agriculture, Timber, Canola, Corn, Cotton, Sorghum, Peanuts, Rice, Soybeans, Vegetables, Wheat, Beef, Dairy, Swine, Poultry

    Naivy Nava Mexico, Coahuila, Saltillo

    Job Title: Extension Agent or University Employee
    Interests: Ag Policy, Agribusiness, Cover Crops, Organic Row Crops, Precision Agriculture, Corn, Cotton, Sorghum, Rice, Soybeans, Vegetables, Wheat

    Jenny Wilson United States, IA, Ames

    Business Title: Wilson Marketing Consulting
    Interests: Ag Policy, Agribusiness, Cover Crops, Irrigation, Marketing, Organic Row Crops, Precision Agriculture, Canola, Corn, Cotton, Sorghum, Peanuts, Rice, Soybeans, Vegetables, Wheat

    Iskra Conner United States, IL, Chicago

    Job Title: Farmer, Farmer's Spouse or Family Member, Precision Agriculture Specialist
    Interests: Agribusiness, Cover Crops, Irrigation, Marketing, Organic Row Crops, Precision Agriculture, Cotton, Wheat, Beef

  • Cotton News

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    A group dedicated to all things cotton!
    Interest: Cotton, Precision Agriculture, Irrigation, Marketing, Agribusiness

    Beginning Farmers

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    A group for beginning farmers to network and exchange tips for growing your farm from the ground up!
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture, Irrigation

    Farm Life

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    Here is a place to share your on-the-farm stories and photos: funny mishaps, cool projects, cute animals, etc.
    Interest: Canola, Cotton, Corn, Organic Row Crops, Peanuts, Rice, Sorghum, Soybeans, Wheat, Beef, Dairy, Feed, Grass-Fed Livestock, Poultry, Specialty Livestock, Swine, Hemp, Orchard Crops, Organic Specialty Crops, Tree Nuts, Vegetables, Fishing, Homesteading, Horses, Hunting, Timber, Tobacco

    On Sight 24/7 Surveillance

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    At ON SIGHT 24/7 we are dedicated to protecting the livelihood of the American Farmer! Within this group we will share our products, what they do, how we can customize a surveillance system locally and nationally and the benefits of having a full service Technical Support team available to you!
    Interest: Canola, Corn, Cotton, Organic Row Crops, Peanuts, Rice, Sorghum, Soybeans, Wheat, Beef, Dairy, Feed, Grass-Fed Livestock, Poultry, Specialty Livestock, Swine, Crop Protection, Farm Management, Shops, Tools, Hemp, Orchard Crops, Organic Specialty Crops, Vegetables, Horses, Hunting, Tobacco

    AgNet West Radio Network

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    California and Arizona real farm radio, providing current, relevant, and interesting agriculture news. We are proud to serve the agriculture community. AgNet West is based in California.
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Timber, Marketing, Agribusiness, Crop Protection, Crop Scouting, Fertility, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture

    Fertility And Soils

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    A group dedicated to providing information on crop fertility and soil qualities.
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Cover Crops, Fertility, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture, Conservation Easements, Conservation Plans, NRCS

    Biological Control

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    A group to share and discuss all topics related to biological pest control. Ask questions, share experiences and more!
    Interest: Cotton, Peanuts, Vegetables

    Agriculture, AgriTech And FoodTech

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    Connected Business enterprises, SMEs, Social Enterprises, Nonprofit Organizations and Start-ups to Funding, Grants and Business opportunities in Agriculture, Livestock, Agrifood, AgriTech and FoodTech
    Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Agribusiness

    Pakistani Agriculturist

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    Pakistani Agriculturist, A group for Pakistani farmers to share success stories and ask questions.
    Interest: Ag Policy, Agribusiness, Marketing, Organic Row Crops, Precision Agriculture, Timber, Canola, Corn, Cotton, Sorghum, Peanuts, Rice, Soybeans, Vegetables, Wheat, Beef, Dairy, Swine, Poultry

  • How Precision Technology can Tackle Cotton’s Irrigation and Pests’ Challenges in the 2020s

    By Vijayalaxmi Kinhal

    Updated Aug 7, 2020 

    The high-value returns from cotton as well as the higher costs of production should be ample incentives for adopting precision farming. The vagaries of climate change and its disruptions to the normal farm schedule only increases the value of this information technology for cotton. Climate Change is Altering Pest Attack PatternsIncreasing drought and extreme weather due to climate change are impacting cotton in unforeseen ways. The unpredictable changes in weather patterns aren’t just disturbing the environmental conditions needed for cotton crops... When wild plant hosts dry due to early drought, tarnished plant bugs (TPB) and stinkbugs move from them to cotton earlier than usual...

    Categories: Cotton, Irrigation, Precision Agriculture

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    How to Cultivate Cotton Organically

    By Vijayalaxmi Kinhal

    Updated Oct 24, 2020 

    Though most of the organic cotton in the world comes from Asia, Texas in the USA is also a major producer. Although specific growing methods may vary based on region and farm size, there are general principles that can be applied throughout the world when it comes to growing organic cottonEconomicsThere are many reasons to grow cotton organically. The market share of organic cotton has grown from 1% in 2008 to 21% in 2018... However, by the third year, the yield was similar to conventional farms, in an Indian experiment, and the ROI of organic cotton was 25% higher, as production costs are less. Organic cotton growers in Texas also get yields similar to conventional farms, according to Textile Exchange, and the organic seeds cost only $70 per bag compared to $400 for GMO seeds...

    Categories: Cotton, Organic Specialty Crops, Sustainable Agriculture

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    Emerging pest resistance: A peek into the Bt cotton industry

    By SHARATH CHANDRAN U.S

    Updated Aug 9, 2020 

    Cotton is by far the most important fiber crop in the world. India is the largest producer of cotton followed by the US, where it is considered as a major cash crop playing a key role in the country’s agricultural and industrial economy... 500 pounds) of cotton in the year 2019. The cotton industry has seen radical changes over the decades regarding production capacity and value. All thanks to genetic engineering the Bt technology revolutionized the cotton industry and has led to unparalleled success...

    Categories: Cotton

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    The $100,000 Decision You're About to Make

    By Beginning Farmers

    Updated Feb 18 

    It's that time of year again where planting prep is on the brain. Soon, things will be waking up from the doldrums of Winter. ... At Tennessee's dryland OVT plots for Cotton the difference in lint yield was 156 lbs or $109/acre using a price of $. 70 cotton...

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    Best Guide for Microbial Fertilizer Products Introduction

    By Darren Chan

    Updated May 12, 2020 

    There are lots of Microbial fertilizer products in the market, many growers don’t know how to distinguish and choose the right products for crops. This article will tell you “Why we use Microbial fertilizer” & “Functions of different Microbial products. Why use Microbial Fertilizer ProductsIt’s a kind of product that the life activities of microorganisms make crops get a specific fertilizer effect. Microbial fertilizers products play an essential role in agriculture, not only in improving the supply of soil nutrients, but also in promoting crop growth, disease resistance, and stress resistance. After applying the microbial fertilizer in the soil, the “symbiotic effect of fungi and crops,” “nutrient coordination effect,” “biological nitrogen fixation effect” will occur between the fungus, crops, and soil ecological environment to ensure healthy growth and stability of the crops...

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    High-efficiency bio nematicide to control root knot nematodes

    By Darren Chan

    Published Apr 11, 2019 

    Damages of nematodesNematodes attack plant roots, stems and leaves. They are a major group of crop pathogens and cause worldwide losses estimated at about US$120 billion every year. They inhabit the soil and damage the roots of plants, weakening their ability to absorb water and nutrients. The symptoms of these damages include stunting, yellowing of plant leaves, and loss of plant vigour. Nematodes rarely killing plants directly, But they will affect plant growth and yields greatly...

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    Times Are Tough but Don't Cut This One Input

    By Fertility And Soils

    Updated Apr 9 

    You hear the same advice all around during times like this: “The farmers who will survive and thrive during tough times are low-cost producers. ” For the most part, this is very good advice. Farmers are inundated with a number of questionable inputs and, during the toughest of times, it’s not hard to see areas where we can cut rates or cut out products completely. However, there’s one input that I would urge you to continue to use vigilantly. Don’t cut the rates and definitely don’t eliminate this...

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    The Most Comprehensive Soil Conditioner Program

    By Darren Chan

    Updated Apr 9 

    With the progress of society and the increasingly developed science and technology, there has been a lot of pollution in the environment in which we live, and the land we live in is now devastated. Therefore, we must take measures to carry out soil remediation and control soil pollution. Soil problems will become an important part of the environmental protection cause in the future. Then there are problems. How do we solve these problems? As a farmer, we should understand the countermeasures...

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    Dicamba ban - got a "Plan B" - 12 consultants share their ideas for 2021

    By Owen Taylor

    Published Sep 7, 2020 

    Producers could be without 3 primary over-the-top dicamba products in 2021 if a critical court ruling holds. Essentially, the decision banned dicamba, which strips away the main feature in dicamba-resistant technology – dicamba itself. Even before the 2020 crop wrapped up, many farmers and their crop advisors already were considering their Plan B – a weed management approach for 2021 that omits dicamba altogether. So, what will go into these Plan B’s?We posed that question to 12 consultants in 10 states across the Midwest, Midsouth, Southeast and Southwest. How will they and their clients formulate an approach in a year without the herbicide?Click here to learn about their potential approaches for the coming crop year...

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    Type of Organic Fertilizer

    By Darren Chan

    Published Dec 17, 2019 

    What's Organic FertilizerNowadays, as the level of modernization of agriculture is getting higher and higher, sustainable agriculture is an important global issue. Organic food is receiving more and more attention. According to the trend, organic fertilizers are becoming the first choice for many people. Widely used for vegetables (tomatoes, lettuce, cucumber), fruits (strawberries, grapes, citrus), Cash crops (grass, flowers, cannabis)Organic Fertilizer DefinitionOrganic fertilizer is also called “farm manure... Cottonseed MealCottonseed Meal is a rich source of nitrogen and a small amount of phosphorus and potassium...

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  • Posted By Cotton News
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    https://www.cottonfarming.com/breakingnews/feral-pig-baits-show-promise/

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    Posted By Cotton News
    Apr 19 

    https://www.cottonfarming.com/production-2/many-herbicides-are-in-tight-supply-what-are-the-substitutes/

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    Posted By Cotton News
    Apr 16 

    https://www.cottonfarming.com/breakingnews/may-5-webinar-follows-up-on-cotton-industry-plastics-contamination/

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    Posted By Pat Rogers
    Apr 15 

    7 way blend of rye, tillage radish, vetch, mustard, clover, buckwheat and sun hemp (both winterkilled) behind peanuts going into cotton. Will be running a test with Clemson on planting into it green vs rolled and strip tilled. Also will compare up to 15 different N rates on the cotton. More to come on that later.

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    Posted By The Peanut Patch
    Apr 14 

    https://www.farmprogress.com/extension/9-extension-specialists-give-top-takeaway-messages-winter-meets
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    Posted By Cotton News
    Apr 13 

    https://www.cottonfarming.com/production-2/tips-for-a-healthy-cotton-stand/
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    Posted By Cotton News
    Updated Apr 12 

    https://twitter.com/NCottonCouncil/status/1379864099492917248

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    Posted By Cotton News
    Apr 9 

    https://twitter.com/CottonGrowerMag/status/1380555144677367808

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    Posted By Cotton News
    Apr 8 

    https://www.cottonfarming.com/industry-news-2/industry-news-for-april-2021/
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    Posted By Cotton News
    Apr 7 

    https://www.cottonfarming.com/feature-story/cotton-leafroll-dwarf-virus-knowledge-base-grows/

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