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Avicta Elite Cotton Plus with Vibrance

Avicta Elite Cotton Plus with Vibrance seed treatment provides cotton growers with top-of-the-line defense against early-season diseases, insects and nematodes.

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Managing bollworms in Bt cotton through season’s end
As predicted, we have had an extraordinary year for bollworms in Bt cotton, some growers stating that cotton looks like it did before Bt. Read more on managing Bt cotton through season's end in this North Carolina Cotton article....Learn more »
U.S. cotton industry takes on contamination issue
"The U.S. is still at the bottom of the list of countries exporting contaminated cotton," says Bill Norman, vice president of technical services for the National Cotton Council, who urged vigilance by producers, ginners, and others who handle U.S. cotton during the recent American Cotton Producers/Cotton Foundation joint meeting at Lubbock, Texas. "We've seen a few issues," he says. Read more on the contamination issue from this Southwest Farm Press article....Learn more »
Have you forgotten what a beet armyworm looks like?
Scott Stewart has had a few calls from the Mississippi River Bottom about beet armyworms in soybean and even in some Bt cotton. He's also had a few people complaining about a lack of control with insecticides and the fact that larvae were eating pigweed and then moving into the crops. This is a pretty good sign you are dealing with beet armyworm (as opposed to fall armyworm)....Learn more »
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