Cotton Newsline: May 17, 2013 Registrations are being accepted for the 2013 Stoneville Ginners School at the USDA gin lab in Stoneville, MS, on June 4-6.
Cotton Newsline: May 15, 2013 In its final estimate of the 2012 US cotton crop, USDA placed total production at 17.31 million bales, up from the January estimate of 17 million bales.
Cotton Newsline: May 10, 2013 The National Cotton Council joined 43 other agricultural organizations in cosigning a letter to Senate Agriculture Committee Chairwoman Stabenow and Ranking Member Cochran supporting crop insurance and opposing provisions that would limit its effectiveness.
Cotton Newsline: May 8, 2013 The 2013 Joint Cotton Industry Bale Packaging Committee, or JCIBPC, Specification Review Subcommittee adopted revisions to the JCIBPC's 2012 Specifications for Cotton Bale Packaging Materials.
Cotton Newsline: May 3, 2013 At a recent hearing held by the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission in Ames, IA, National Cotton Council President and CEO Mark Lange presented testimony on the current situation regarding cotton trade with China and the impacts of China's cotton policies.
Cotton Newsline: May 1, 2013 The National Cotton Council has selected the first class of its new Emerging Leaders Program -- an effort aimed at ensuring the US cotton industry benefits from a continuity of sound leadership.
Cotton Newsline: April 26, 2013 Maintaining U.S. cotton’s positive reputation for consistency and quality in global markets requires constant improvements in grading, testing standards and technology.
Cotton Newsline: April 24, 2013 Herbicides featuring new technologies are hitting the market this season, and now, more than ever, it is imperative to know and follow the application requirements and instructions.
Cotton Newsline: April 19, 2013 When soil testing and making pre-planting decisions, using tools like the field to market calculator can help increase your sustainability, cut down costs on your farm, and maintain the health of your soil.