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Gramoxone® SL 2.0: Controls a broad spectrum of weeds and grass

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Besiege®: Provides long-lasting residual activity for pests

Fungicides

Quadris®: Provides protection with xylem-mobile systemic activity

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Avicta Complete Cotton

Avicta Complete Cotton provides triple protection to help you manage nematodes, insects and diseases so you can grow more cotton.

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News

Continue to scout for fleahopper movement
Fleahopper populations have stayed low in the area. As mentioned before, as weeds continue to mature and burn down in the heat, continue to scout the late planted, early squaring cotton for movement of fleahoppers. Read more on pests in cotton from this Pest Management Newsletter....Learn more »
Curtis Cantwell says cotton is still king
For four generations the Cantwell family of Texas has been raising cotton or using cotton in their mattress company, a business started by E.R. Cantwell in 1920. And while new synthetic fibers have largely replaced cotton in the larger, national mattress manufacturing firms, Curtis Cantwell, Sr., says cotton is still king in his book. Read more from this Southwest Farm Press article....Learn more »
Economic report from Cotton Incorporated
John Devine, Cotton Incorporated's Senior Economist has released his economic report for cotton outlining the major market factors at the link below....Learn more »