In This Issue
WEB EXCLUSIVE
Persistant Plant Bugs
Keep An Eye On Thrips
Texas Continues To Battle Fleahopper
Ditch The Rule
Editor's Note
Cotton's Agenda
Specialists Speaking
Ginning Marketplace
USDA - Energy Efficiency
My Turn
What Customer's Want
Cotton Consultants Corner
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Current Issue: June 2014

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Every cotton insect pest has its own calling card. But when it comes to unpredictability and consistent threat potential, the plant bug is in a class by itself. Maybe thats why it continues to be a nemesis for cotton production.

By Tommy Horton


Feature Stories

Persistent Plant Bugs Won’t Go Away
  a nemesis for cotton production
Texas Continues To Battle Fleahopper
  insect situation in the Coastal Bend region
Keep An Eye On Thrips
  rank thrips as the No. 2 pest
California Farmers Want To ‘Ditch The Rule’
  defining ‘waters of the U.S.’
What Customers Want
  Cotton Quality Matters
Cotton Consultant's Corner
  2014 Is Off To A Good Start
Web Exclusive
  Consider Border Spray For Stink Bugs
 
Columns & Departments
Cotton's Agenda
  Going With The Flow
Editor's Note
  Cotton’s Resilience Continues To Amaze
Cotton Ginning MarketPlace
  OSHA Officials Visit Texas Cotton Gins
My Turn
  Changing Times
Specialists Speaking
  Early Season Decisions Are Crucial
USDA
  Energy Efficiency
The Western Report
  Insect Research Remains Strong
 

 

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