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In This Issue
Cotton Seedlings Need A Strong Start
Western Farmers Cope With Air Quality Issues
TCGA Looks Ahead To Promising New Season
High Prices Create Excitement In Georgia
Texas FFA Chapter Wins Video Contest
California Water Debate Rages On
TCGA Scholarship Fund Increases
Cotton's Agenda: Regulatory Restraint
What Customers Want: India’s Mills Must Import Cotton To Meet Demand
Cotton Board: Listening To The Producer
Editor's Note: Another Memorable Trip To Lubbock
Specialists Speaking
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
My Turn: You Have Skin In The Game
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Current Issue: May 2011

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The Issue
Beginning the crop season with a healthy cotton seedling is even more critical than one might expect. A producer has a lot of money invested in seed technology at the beginning of the season – making it crucial that the plant has a healthy and vigorous start. The last thing a farmer wants to face is replanting his cotton crop.

Cover Photo By Gaylon Morgan
 

Feature Stories
Cotton Seedlings Need A Strong Start
Western Farmers Cope With Air Quality Issues
TCGA Looks Ahead To Promising New Season
High Prices Create Excitement In Georgia
Texas FFA Chapter Wins Video Contest
California Water Debate Rages On
TCGA Scholarship Fund Increases
Cotton's Agenda: Regulatory Restraint
What Customers Want: India’s Mills Must Import Cotton To Meet Demand
Cotton Board: Listening To The Producer
 
Columns & Departments

Editor's Note: Another Memorable Trip To Lubbock
Specialists Speaking
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
  Fiber Properties Are Important – Ginners Need To Do Their Part
My Turn: You Have Skin In The Game

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