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2015 UGA Cotton County Meetings

Posted on by Jared Whitaker

2015 COUNTY MEETING SCHEDULE – Cotton (1-19-15) County cotton production meetings will be held across the state from now until March.  These meetings will provide growers with the latest applied research and cotton production information for the 2015 season. Please … Continue reading

Plant Growth Regulator Requirements for Cotton Varieties (updated for 2015)

Posted on by Jared Whitaker

PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR REQUIREMENTS FOR COTTON VARIETIES       Plant growth regulator (PGR) applications are often necessary in cotton to reduce vegetative growth and maintain a manageable crop in Georgia.  However, making such decisions can be difficult because of the many … Continue reading

2014 Georgia Quality Cotton Awards

Posted on by donshur@uga.edu

The 2014 Georgia Quality Cotton Awards will be given during the 2015 Georgia Cotton Conference and Cotton Production Workshops, January 28, 2015 at the University of Georgia Tifton Conference Center.  Nominations are due not later than January 21, 2015.  Click below for more information and to download a copy of the nomination form.

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2015 Georgia Cotton Commission 8th Annual Meeting and UGA Cotton Production Workshop

Posted on by Guy Collins

The Georgia Cotton Commission’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the Commission’s 8th Annual Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, January 28, 2015, at the UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center. The program speakers are Mark Messura, Senior Vice President, Global Marketing, … Continue reading

Cotton Marketing News– October 10, 2014

Posted on by donshur@uga.edu

Cotton prices (Dec14 futures) bumped 65 cents this week. After recently falling to the 61-cent level, prices have made a modest but still welcomed recovery. The resistance or “ceiling” at the 67 to 68 cent area is likely pretty firm and will be difficult to negotiate in the near term without major changes in the supply/demand picture. Likewise, any “floor” appears fragile and we can only hope the 61-cent area holds.

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