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In This Issue
Solar, Wind Energy – Ag's Next Big Frontier?
What Customers Want
Early Season Vigor Minimizes Pest Problems
Alternative Energy Options Limited In West
Editor's Note
Web Poll
Cotton's Agenda
Industry Comments
Specialists Speaking
Industry News
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
My Turn: Living In The Delta
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Current Issue: June 2012

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The Issue
Solar and wind energy are already being utilized by farmers across the country. These alternative sources are viable options if they can be cost-effective in a farming operation – especially as input costs continue to increase. John Charles Wilson, president of Agricenter International in Memphis, Tenn., says farmers should at least consider these options.

Cover Photo By Brad Robb

Feature Stories
Solar, Wind Energy – Ag's Next Big Frontier?
What Customers Want
  High Quality Cotton Remains Top Priority
Early Season Vigor Minimizes Pest Problems
Alternative Energy Options Limited In West

 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  Can New Energy Sources Help Farmers?
Web Poll
  Seeding Rate Options Surveyed
Cotton's Agenda
  A Marathon, Not A Sprint
Industry Comments
Specialists Speaking
  Crop Season Starts Fast Across Belt
Industry News
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
  Automated Strapping And Bagging Technology Is Here To Stay
My Turn: Living In The Delta


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