The Agricultural and Environmental Research department at Cotton Incorporated provides research and technical services to cotton growers, ginners and their support industries. The department is also a link between cotton production, the textile industry, and the research and extension communities.
Agricultural and Environmental Contact Information
Cotton Price Risk Seminars
Crop Management Seminars
Conservation Tillage Conferences
A one-stop destination for cotton resources. Here you'll find up-to-date, region-specific information from our extensive Cotton Incorporated research library, universities and other top sources.
A crop management resource features monthly webcasts from noted experts in the cotton industry.
COTMAN™ software uses cotton crop monitoring techniques to summarize crop developmental status, detect stress, and assist with in-season and end of season management decisions.
The Cotton Incorporated Fellowship (CIF) program provides excellent doctoral and post-doctoral training opportunities for qualified applicants
A collection of summary reports providing an overview of the projects conducted under Cotton Incorporated's Agricultural Research Program Budget—both State Support and Core.
Following closely the mission of Cotton Incorporated, the Producer State Support Program's mission is to improve the demand for and profitability of cotton