Kate Royer

Georgia Farmers Eyeing New Pests In Soybean Boom
Georgia growers are expected to grow more than 300,000 acres of soybeans this year; double the acreage of last year.
Eye in the Sky Drives Better Decisions
Advances in global positioning and geographic imaging systems (GPS/GIS) can help farmers make more profitable
Monitor Reveals How Plants Feel, What They Need
With the help of Envirotron, a controlled-atmosphere facility at the University of Georgia (UGA) in Griffin, and
Officials Break Ground for Ethanol Facilities
Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco and several area officials joined a Massachusetts company in a ground-breaking and
New NCC Chairman
John Pucheu, a Tranquillity, CA, producer, is chairman of the National Cotton Council (NCC) for 2007. Named during the
NCC Planting Intentions Survey
U.S. cotton producers intend to plant 13.2 million acres of cotton this spring, down almost 14% from 2006, according to
Non-BT Cotton Varieties Offer Promise for Banned Area
Monsanto recently called attention to a violation of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rules when Bacillus
Georgia Farmers Plan To Plant More Corn
If you're growing corn, you're growing a product that has a home that doesn't have to depend on exports or anything
D&PL B2RF Varieties in Good Supply
High Plains cotton producers will have access to good seed supplies of Delta and Pine Land Company (D&PL) Bollgard
Cold Weather May Help Prevent Soybean Disease 1
The colder the weather in winter, the better Louisiana soybean farmers like it. That's because freezing temperatures
Monsanto Outlines Cotton Initiatives
Monsanto announced at the Beltwide Cotton Conferences that it is undertaking several initiatives in 2007 to build on
AERIS Seed-Applied System
Bayer CropScience announces the AERIS Seed-Applied System. The system offers broad-spectrum protection from all major
High Cotton Award Winners Honored
The 2007 High Cotton award winners were honored at the 2007 Beltwide Cotton Conferences in New Orleans, Jan.
2006 Cotton Genetics Research Award
Richard G. Percy, a USDA ARS research geneticist in Arizona, is the recipient of the 2006 Cotton Genetics Research
Technology Reduces Gossypol In Cotton Seed
Genetic technology developed by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists and cooperators suggests that cottonseed

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