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Cotton Incorporated Natural Resources Survey

Posted on by Phillip Roberts

As a U.S. cotton grower, you are committed and invested in reponsible cotton production.  Please help Cotton Incorportated promote the investments and the great strides U.S. farmers like you have made in environmental stewardship by completing the Natural Resources Survey.  Your participation in the Survey is important to the success of the Cotton Research and Promotion Program conducted on your behalf.  Your data will be included in the national average and your responses will be anonymous.  Please, take the time to respond to the questions that only you, the producer, can answer.  Click the Natural Resources Survey Postcard to view the post card Cotton Incorporated mailed to producers with more background and a link to the survey.  To go directly to the survey click


Update: Final Report for the 2014 UGA On-farm Cotton Variety Performance Evaluation Program

Posted on by Jared Whitaker

The final report for the 2014 UGA On-farm Cotton Variety Performance Evaluation Program is posted. See the attached PDF of the entire report. 2014 UGA On-Farm Variety Evaluation Program Results (Final) Individual attachments for tables in the report are below: Tables 1 … Continue reading

2015 Cotton Enterprise Budgets Posted

Posted on by Amanda Smith

The 2015 Cotton Enterprise Budgets are posted. They are available in both a spreadsheet (Excel file) and printable (PDF file) format. The 2014 Cotton Enterprise Budgets are intended as a general guide for planning and decision making. The budget estimates … Continue reading

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