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Seed Treatments

Avicta® Complete Cotton: Protects against early-season diseases

Herbicides

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

Insecticides

Besiege®: Provides long-lasting residual activity for pests

Fungicides

Quadris®: Provides protection with xylem-mobile systemic activity

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AgriEdge Excelsior program
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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

NCC survey suggests US producers to plant 9.1 million acres in '16
US cotton producers intend to plant 9.1 million cotton acres this spring, up 6.2 percent from 2015, according to the NCC's 35th Annual Early Season Planting Intentions Survey. Read more on acreage from this news release....Learn more »
U.S. exports decline, stocks rise
A 5-percent reduction in exports is raising projected 2015/16 U.S. cotton ending stocks this month. The production and domestic mill use forecasts are unchanged. Read more on the projections from this AgFax.com article....Learn more »
Consumption, production forecasts continue to fall
The last 12 months have seen a substantial change in expectations about global cotton production and consumption comparing USDA's February 2015 Outlook Forum projections with this month's updated forecast. Read more on the forecasts from this AgFax.com story....Learn more »