Sherry Collins

Sherry
Collins
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RESISTANT PIGWEED PLAGUES CENTRAL GEORGIA COTTON
Georgia has the world's first population of Palmer amaranth commonly known as pigweed resistant to glyphosate. This
Wrangling Rootworms
The more things change, the more they stay the same, or so the saying goes. The corn rootworm is a constantly evolving
Tighter Payment Limits Would Harm Cotton Growers
Gary Feist, an Anthony, KS, cotton ginner, told Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns that the current farm program
RESEARCHERS HELP COTTON TAKE COVER FROM WHIPPING WINDS
Winds sweeping across the Texas plains mow down almost 10% of the state's cotton annually. Damage to seedling cotton
One N Size Does Not Fit All
Average the shirt size of three neighbors and you'll probably come up with However, that doesn't mean you should all
USDA Changing Cotton Export Programs
USDA is making changes in three export credit guarantee programs as the first stop on the long road to complying with
NEW TESTS SCREEN WEED FOR RESISTANCE TO MAJOR HERBICIDE
Two rapid tests have been developed by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists to screen a troublesome weed for
Future's Bright For Biofuels
The push to get biofuels legislation enacted via the energy bill has been moving with glacial speed. Farmers have
NEW STACKED VARIETIES FOR 2006
Beltwide Cotton Genetics, LLC, will offer multiple stacked Bollgard II/Roundup Ready Flex varieties in 2006. They are
Trained For Triage
First detectors are the paramedics of the soybean rust world. If you've got something suspicious in your field, your
Spray Smart
The difference between the correct droplet size for spraying a herbicide and spraying a fungicide is the width of a
WTO Ruling Could Change Cotton Program
Changes to the U.S. cotton program could come as soon as July 1 after the World Trade Organization (WTO) appeals panel
7 Easy Steps To Calibrate Your Sprayer 3
Inaccurate sprayer settings could be costing you big bucks in chemical costs up to $2/acre/application, according to
BENEFICIAL FUNGAL STRAINS FIGHT AFLATOXIN IN CORN
Nontoxic strains of a fungus have been developed by the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) to control aflatoxin in
HIGH-YIELD GROUP IV SOYBEAN RELEASED
A new early maturing variety with high yield potential was released from the University of Arkansas (UA). The new

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