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In This Issue
Timing Is Crucial For Young Seedlings
What Customers Want
TCGA Members Show Resilience
Strategies To Reduce Drift
Applied Phosphorus Adds More Scrutiny
Special Network Transfers Research Data
Ginning Marketplace
Editor's Note
Cotton's Agenda
Industry News
Specialists Speaking
Cotton Consultants Corner
Web Poll
My Turn
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Current Issue: May 2013

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The Issue
Nothing is more important for a cotton producer than having the young plant get started successfully during those early weeks of the season. Many factors are crucial in the quest to protect a cotton seedling. Soil temperatures and weather conditions are just some of the things that contribute to proper crop development.

Cover Photo By Gaylon Morgan
 

Feature Stories
Timing Is Crucial For Young Seedlings
What Customers Want
  Manufacturers Know The Value Of Quality
TCGA Members Show Resilience
Strategies To Reduce Drift
  Protect Herbicides To Prolong Their Use
Applied Phosphorus Adds More Scrutiny
Special Network Transfers Research Data
Ginning Marketplace
  Perception Vs. Reality: Where Are The Real Issues?

 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  We Love To Use The Word 'Resilient'
Cotton's Agenda
  NCC Committed To ‘Beltwide’
Industry News
Specialists Speaking
  Planting Season Has Finally Arrived
Cotton Consultants Corner
  Take Proactive Approach In 2013
Web Poll
  Purchasing Equipment To Increase Efficiency?
My Turn
  Stewards Of The Land


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