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Mitigating Insect Managment Effects on Pollinators – Cotton Incorporated “Focus on Cotton” Webcast

Posted on by Phillip Roberts

New ‘Focus on Cotton’ Webcast: Helps Growers and Beekeepers Mitigate Pest Management Effects on Pollinators Managed honeybee hives are at times placed near cotton and other agricultural fields, which means that growers and beekeepers must work together to minimize any … Continue reading

Bacterial Blight Update (Bob Kemerait, UGA Plant Pathologist)

Posted on by Phillip Roberts

Cotton growers in Georgia are understandably concerned about the impact of bacterial blight on their cotton yields.  Beginning in 2015 and continuing into 2016, bacterial blight has been more visible in Georgia‚Äôs cotton then it has been in a number … Continue reading

UGA Cotton Defoliation Handout for 2016

Posted on by Jared Whitaker

Cotton Folks, Below is a link to a short version of some defoliation guidelines to help in the coming weeks. Good luck with harvest and let us know if we can help. Jared cotton-defoliation-handout-8-22-16

Terminating Insecticide Applications in Cotton

Posted on by Phillip Roberts

The decision to terminate insect controls in cotton can be challenging in some fields but a few basic considerations will assist in that decision.  When evaluating a field a grower must first identify the last boll population which will significantly … Continue reading

2015 Cotton Research and Extension Report

Posted on by Kane Staines

The 2015 Cotton Research and Extension Report can be obtained by visiting the following link; http://extension.uga.edu/publications/files/pdf/AP%20108-4_2.PDF The report can also be found by visiting the Research-Extension Report tab, and clicking on 2015.