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In This Issue
Pesky Fleahopper Is Here To Stay
Tarnished Plant Bugs: Expanding The Playbook
New ‘Tool’ Can Help Manage Stink Bugs
Immigration Affects Industry
Editor's Note: Arkansas Amabassador — Andrew Whisenhunt
Cotton's Agenda: Keeping An Industry Viable
Cotton Board: New Tour Spotlights Younger Farmers
Specialists Speaking
Cotton Ginners Marketplace: Regional Ginning Reports
Industry Comments
Web Poll: Regulatory Threats Burden Producers
My Turn: Promise Of Better Days
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Current Issue: July 2010

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The Issue
The cotton fleahopper sometimes doesn’t receive the respect it deserves across the Cotton Belt. But it continues to be the major cotton insect pest in Texas. Even though the boll weevil has been eradicated, the fleahopper remains a serious pest that attacks cotton early in the season. Left unchecked, it can cause serious damage.

Photo By Stephen Biles, Port Lavacca, Texas

 

Feature Stories
Pesky Fleahopper Is Here To Stay
Tarnished Plant Bugs: Expanding The Playbook
New ‘Tool’ Can Help Manage Stink Bugs
Immigration Affects Industry
 
Columns & Departments

Editor's Note: Arkansas Amabassador — Andrew Whisenhunt
Cotton's Agenda: Keeping An Industry Viable
Cotton Board: New Tour Spotlights Younger Farmers
Specialists Speaking
Cotton Ginners Marketplace: Regional Ginning Reports
Industry Comments
Web Poll: Regulatory Threats Burden Producers
My Turn: Promise Of Better Days


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