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2020 Great Plains Cotton Conference, Feb. 25-26 in Wichita

The inaugural Great Plains Cotton Conference is scheduled for February 25-26 at the Red Roof Inn & Conference Center in Wichita, KS. Presentations will be focused on all things cotton, including pest and nutrient management, varieties, harvest-aids, post-harvest management, economics, and cotton industry updates related to the Great Plains. More details are included in this article.

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Don't miss the inaugural Great Plains Cotton Conference, Feb. 25-26 in Wichita

Interest and enthusiasm about cotton is high heading into the 2020 growing season! Don't miss the inaugural Great Plains Cotton Conference on Feb. 25-26 in Wichita. Details on the event are included in this article.

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Don't miss the inaugural Great Plains Cotton Conference, Feb. 25-26 in Wichita

It's not too late to make plans to attend the first ever Great Plains Cotton Conference on Feb. 25-26 in Wichita. Sessions will be geared to inform experienced, new and potential growers, consultants, and industry personnel.

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Soil temperature and forecast are critical for successful cotton stand establishment

Cotton has a great ability to overcome many stresses and produce profitable lint yields when the crop gets off to a good, uniform start. When is the best time to plant cotton in Kansas? Read more in this article!

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Update: Farmers and custom applicators can spray over-the-top dicamba products through July 31

This article briefly outlines new information from the EPA concerning the cancellation order of dicamba made by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. More information will be coming as it becomes available.

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Registered dealers in Kansas can sell over-the-top dicamba product to end users

On Wednesday, June 10, the Kansas Department of Agriculture provided clarification of the impact of the EPA cancellation order for Engenia, FeXapan, and XtendiMax product labels.

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Critical timing of irrigation for maximizing cotton yield potential

Producers are likely familiar with timing of limited irrigation to maximize yield in grain crops such as corn or grain sorghum. This article summarizes research from K-State on timing irrigation for maximizing the yield potential in cotton.

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Save the Date - Great Plains Cotton Conference, February 23 & 24

Save the date for the 2021 Great Plains Cotton Conference scheduled for February 23 and 24. This year the conference will be held virtually using Zoom. Presentations will be given from nationally recognized speakers on all things cotton. Don't miss it!

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Save the Date - Great Plains Cotton Conference, February 23 & 24

Following a very successful meeting in 2020, the 2021 Great Plains Cotton Conference is scheduled for February 23 and 24, 2021. The format this year will be virtual using the Zoom platform. Get registered today!

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Great Plains Cotton Conference, February 23 & 24

Get registered for the 2021 Great Plains Cotton Conference! The 2-day agenda is included in this article. Registration is free and open to all! Don't miss out on this premier cotton event.

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Soil temperature and forecast are critical for successful cotton stand establishment

Cotton producers in Kansas are nearing planting time. However, it's best to look at soil temperatures at the planting depth and the upcoming forecast rather than the calendar date. Seed germination and early growth is highly dependent on adequate soil temperatures and moisture.

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Early-season weed control in cotton

Early season weed control is particularly important in cotton as it can be slow to develop a crop canopy. Learn the best strategies for keeping weeds at bay in your cotton fields this spring and summer.

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Cut-off dates for XtendiMax, Engenia, and Tavium applications

Don't forget that the 2021 labels for over-the-top applications of herbicides containing dicamba have cut-off dates. For soybeans, this cut-off is just around the corner. Applications to cotton have a few weeks longer. Read more in this short article from Sarah Lancaster.

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