Cotton Incorporated sponsors numerous Agronomy research projects on cotton crop production and profitability. Evaluation of new and benchmark varieties, and of crop nutrition and soil fertility are core issues in agronomic management, as are tillage, planting, seedling development, and in-season management of cotton growth. Much more information on pest management may be found in Entomology, Nematology, and Weed Management. Irrigation, Ginning are covered in Engineering.
Cotton Incorporated and Cotton Specialists make new variety yield and fiber quality data available on SeedMatrix.com.
Rolling High Rye for Conservation of Tillage Cotton Success
Video illustrating a strip-till program using fall-planted cereal rye to suppress weeds, conserve soil, and reduce input costs.
Conservation Tillage Conferences Proceedings
National Conservation Systems Cotton & Rice Conference (NCSCRC) provide educational programs on the advantages and implementation of conservation tillage production systems for cotton