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In This Issue
Miracle Crop
Gin Schools Finish Successful Year
Managing Heat-Stressed Cotton
Central Texas Producers Visit Delta
TCGA Prepares For Challenging Season
Web Poll: The Heat Is On, Moisture Is Scarce
Cotton's Agenda
Editor's Note
Cotton Consultants Corner
Specialists Speaking
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
Industry News
My Turn: How Things Have Changed
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Current Issue: August 2011

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The Issue
Earlier in the spring, Mid-South farmers, such as Brian McDaniel of Widener, Ark., were dealing with record-breaking floods. The promise of a cotton crop seemed remote at best. However, excellent weather conditions have made the replanting go much better than expected. The moral of the story? Don’t ever give up on any cotton crop.

Cover Photo By Tommy Horton
 

Feature Stories
Miracle Crop
Gin Schools Finish Successful Year
Managing Heat-Stressed Cotton
Central Texas Producers Visit Delta
TCGA Prepares For Challenging Season
Web Poll: The Heat Is On, Moisture Is Scarce
Cotton's Agenda
  Zero Must Remain The Norm
What Customers Want
  What Are Fabric Developers Really Thinking?
 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  Floods Can’t Stop This ‘Miracle Crop’
Cotton Consultants Corner
  Plan Ahead For A Successful Finish
Specialists Speaking
  Heat, Drought Have Impact On Crop
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
  Ginners Should Learn More About Gin Stocks Insurance
Industry News
My Turn: How Things Have Changed

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