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In This Issue
2013 Seed Variety Guide
Ag Secretary Wants Support For Farm Exports
The Last Crop
What Customers Want
Harvest Progressing Well In SJV Region
Conventional Varieties Prove Their Worth
California Farm Bureau Receives Top Honor
Ginning Leader Valco Wins Award
AFBF Joins Lawsuit Against EPA
BWCC To Host Consultants Again
Editor's Note
Cotton Consultants Corner
Web Poll
Cotton's Agenda
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
Specialists Speaking
My Turn
Industry News
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Current Issue: November 2012

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The Issue
Louisiana cotton producer Gene Ogden has spent his entire life in the cotton industry. The 70-year-old farmer is retiring after harvesting his final crop and reflects on all of the major events he has witnessed in a long career. Whether it was variety selection, weeds or insect pests, he approached each situation with a workable strategy.

Cover Photo By Tommy Horton
 

Feature Stories
2013 Seed Variety Guide
Ag Secretary Wants Support For Farm Exports
The Last Crop
What Customers Want
  Quality Is Key In Cotton Textile Value Chain
Harvest Progressing Well In SJV Region
Conventional Varieties Prove Their Worth
California Farm Bureau Receives Top Honor
Ginning Leader Valco Wins Award
AFBF Joins Lawsuit Against EPA
BWCC To Host Consultants Again

 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  Was It A Perfect Field Of Cotton
Cotton Consultants Corner
  Goal Is ‘ To Make Every Dollar Count’
Web Poll
  Price: No. 1 Influencer For 2013 Cotton Acres
Cotton's Agenda
  Ensuring Voice And Vision
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
  Gins Doing Excellent Job Of Controlling Dust
Specialists Speaking
  Early Harvest Reports Positive Across Belt
My Turn
  Blue Skies And White Cotton
Industry News

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