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In This Issue
On With Harvest
Hurricanes, Tropical Storms Hurt And Helped Cotton
Congress Introduces Bills On Farm Labor
USDA To Help Create Rural Jobs
Veteran Consultants Have Seen It All
New Mexico Supports Glandless Cotton Research
Success In South Texas
Energy Mandates Cause Rush For Farmland
U.S. Can Solve Financial Problems
Web Poll: Drought Breaks Records, Tests Spirits
Cotton's Agenda
USDA, FDA Offer Flood Relief To Farmers
What Customers Want
Editor's Note
Cotton Consultants Corner
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
Industry News
My Turn: Texas Tough
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Current Issue: October 2011

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The Issue
Drought, floods and heat stress were just some of the challenges that cotton producers faced across the Belt this year. Extension specialists offer an expanded look athow harvest season has fared in different regions. Not surprisingly, some areas of the country managed to produce a good crop despite the severe weather conditions.

Cover Photo By Ron Kellum
 

Feature Stories
On With Harvest
Hurricanes, Tropical Storms Hurt And Helped Cotton
Congress Introduces Bills On Farm Labor
USDA To Help Create Rural Jobs
Veteran Consultants Have Seen It All
New Mexico Supports Glandless Cotton Research
Success In South Texas
Energy Mandates Cause Rush For Farmland
U.S. Can Solve Financial Problems
Web Poll: Drought Breaks Records, Tests Spirits
Cotton's Agenda
  Envisioning Success
USDA, FDA Offer Flood Relief To Farmers
What Customers Want
  Maintaining Quality Is Crucial At The Gin
 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  Consultants, Specialists – Ag’s Unsung Heroes
Cotton Consultants Corner
  Protect King Cotton
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
  Runnin’ Smoothly
Industry News
My Turn: Texas Tough

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