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In This Issue
High Plains Goal: Managing Ogallala Aquifer
U.S. Cotton Prospects Strong In Vietnam
Variable Rate Irrigation: Worth Another Look
AIM For Water Conservation
It Takes Flexibility To Farm In West Texas
Editor's Note: Our Water Sources Must Be Protected
Cotton's Agenda: Arresting Resistance
Cotton Ginners Marketplace: Enrollment May Increase At Stoneville Gin School
Specialists Speaking
Industry Comments
Web Poll: In Reader Poll,
Buy-Up Bypasses CAT
My Turn: Papa’s Bell
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Current Issue: June 2010

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The Issue
The most important water source for Texas High Plains cotton production is the Ogallala Aquifer. As water use efficiency becomes more of an issue for agriculture, Texas producers are continuing to embrace innovative practices that will help them better manage this important water source for future generations.

Cover Photo Courtesy of USDA-NRCS in
Lubbock, Texas

 

Feature Stories
High Plains Goal: Managing Ogallala Aquifer
U.S. Cotton Prospects Strong In Vietnam
Variable Rate Irrigation: Worth Another Look
AIM For Water Conservation
It Takes Flexibility To Farm In West Texas
 
Columns & Departments

Editor's Note: Our Water Sources Must Be Protected
Cotton's Agenda: Arresting Resistance
Specialists Speaking
Cotton Ginners Marketplace: Enrollment May Increase At Stoneville Gin School
Industry Comments
Web Poll: In Reader Poll, Buy-Up Bypasses CAT
My Turn: Papa’s Bell


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