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In This Issue
2010 Seed Variety Guide
All-New Gin Boasts Highest Capacity In Texas
It’s All About Options When Choosing Varieties
Cotton Board: Conventional Varieties Show Promise
Meredith To Deliver Special Report
Seed Companies Ready For Business
Gin Waste, Cottonseed Can Improve Profits
Calif. Governor Ready To Deal With Water Crisis
Editor's Note: Allied Partners Stay Committed To Cotton
Cotton's Agenda: Proven And Practical
Specialists Speaking
Industry News
Industry Comments
Web Poll: Readers Rate Crop ‘Good To Fair’
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Current Issue: November 2009

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The Issue
While farmers in many parts of the Cotton Belt are still harvesting their crops because of untimely rains, it won’t be long before important decisions will have to be made about what varieties to plant in 2010. Cotton Farming presents its annual Seed Guide, and one fact should be obvious. Producers will once again have numerous choices.

Cover Photo Design by Carol Watson

 

Feature Stories
2010 Seed Variety Guide
All-New Gin Boasts Highest Capacity In Texas
It’s All About Options When Choosing Varieties
Cotton Board: Conventional Varieties Show Promise
Meredith To Deliver Special Report
Seed Companies Ready For Business
Gin Waste, Cottonseed Can Improve Profits
Calif. Governor Ready To Deal With Water Crisis

Columns & Departments
Editor's Note: Allied Partners Stay Committed To Cotton
Cotton's Agenda: Proven And Practical
Specialists Speaking
Industry News
Industry Comments
Web Poll: Readers Rate Crop ‘Good To Fair’


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