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Seed Treatments

Avicta® Elite Cotton Plus with Vibrance®: Protects against early-season diseases


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


Besiege®: Provides long-lasting residual activity for pests


Quadris®: Provides protection with xylem-mobile systemic activity


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AgriEdge Excelsior program
AgriEdge Excelsior Program

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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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Schedule cotton irrigation by soil type, research shows
University of Tennessee research shows putting too much water on deep silt loam soils at the wrong time can reduce yields, according to Dr. Brian Leib, an associate professor of biosystems engineering and soil science at the University of Tennessee. Find out more on this approach from this Delta Farm Press article....Learn more »
Bullish response to U.S. cotton stocks forecast may be fleeting
Don't let unexpectedly bullish USDA numbers lull you into a false sense of optimism about higher cotton prices. That seemed to be the message of the panelists participating in the latest Ag Market Network teleconference on October 13. Read more on the bullish numbers from this Delta Farm Press article....Learn more »
TX’s top cotton region appears to be having a good 2016
Good late-summer rains improved conditions for cotton in the Rolling and High Plains regions of Texas and likely mean an above-average crop for 2016, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts. Read more on the outlook from this Southwest Farm Press article....Learn more »
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