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In This Issue
Texas Comeback
Western Ginners Try To Protect Fiber Quality
USDA Offers Help To 22 States
What Customers Want
USDA Plans Regional Drought Meetings
Editor's Note
Cotton Consultants Corner
Web Poll
Cotton's Agenda
Specialists Speaking
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
My Turn
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Current Issue: October 2012

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The Issue
Texas High Plains producer David Carter knows something about dealing with adversity. After the drought-plagued 2011 season, he didn’t have much to show for his efforts in delivering a cotton crop. However, he has managed to rebound in 2012 and is ready to harvest a much better crop. The next few weeks will be crucial in his preparations..

Cover Photo By Shawn Wade
 

Feature Stories
Texas Comeback
Western Ginners Try To Protect Fiber Quality
USDA Offers Help To 22 States
What Customers Want
  Quality Must Be A Priority For Producers
USDA Plans Regional Drought Meetings

 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  Texas Strategy: Survive The Drought
Cotton Consultants Corner
  Water Chased The Crop Dollars In Texas Panhandle
Web Poll
  Poll Participants Rate 2012 Crop
Cotton's Agenda
  An Intelligent Investment
Specialists Speaking
  Producers Optimistic About Harvest
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
  Precautions Necessary For Handling Round Modules
My Turn
  Is Washington Listening?


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