CI focusing on farmers' top production issues

Smith, Ron
April 2013
Southwest Farm Press Exclusive Insight;4/22/2013, p11
The article presents information on the top production concerns identified by agricultural research firm Cotton Inc. (CI) for cotton farmers. The issues include input costs on the top, followed by herbicide resistant weeds, variety tolerance to heat and drought, early weed control, and cottonseed value. Kater Hake, vice president at Cotton Inc., said that Texas showed a good cotton yield in 2012 despite the hot weather conditions.


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