In This Issue
WEB EXCLUSIVE
  Managing Irrigated Cotton
WEB EXCLUSIVE
  Delta Producers Commended
WEB EXCLUSIVE
  Programming a Surge Valve
Every Drop Counts
California Drought Causing Water Cutoffs
Understanding Water Science
Use Care When Washing Denim
Editor's Note
Cotton's Agenda
Specialists Speaking
Ginning Marketplace
USDA - Protecting Environment
My Turn
What Customer's Want
Cotton Consultants Corner
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Current Issue: July 2014

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Blame it on weather patterns, urban expansion, water rights, battles or politics. No matter where you live in California or Arizona, the hottest issue today for cotton farmers comes down to one topic – a historic drought.

By Tommy Horton


Feature Stories

Every Drop Counts
  Western Farmers Trying To Cope With Serious Drought
California Drought Causing Water Cutoffs
  Water-rights holders receiving curtailment notices
Understanding Water Science
  ... there is no substitute for water.
Use Care When Washing Denim
  Don't wash your jeans, ever ... ?


Web Exclusives

Managing Irrigated Cotton in the Mid-South
Programming a Surge Valve
Farm Bureau Commends Delta Producers
  On Meeting Voluntary Metering Program Goal

 
Columns & Departments
Cotton's Agenda
  Achieving Reasonable Reform
Editor's Note
  Water Management: Priority For Farmers
Cotton Ginning MarketPlace
  Be Careful In The Heat When Doing Gin Repairs
My Turn
  Doing More With Less Water
Specialists Speaking
  Long Season Nears Crucial Midpoint
USDA
  Protecting Environment TIP, CRP Programs Still Important
What Customers Want
  Quality Cotton Is Definitely Sustainable
Cotton Consultant's Corner
  Manage Plant Bugs To Score Higher Yields
 

 

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