A little dew
A little dew shines on an open cotton boll in this Northeast Texas cotton field.
Amber and blue
Amber grain and blue skies indicate a good day to harvest corn.
A little weaather
A little weather late in the season left its mark on open cotton.
Busy days at harvest time see grain carts scurrying to keep up with the combine.
Checking behind the tractor to see if the planter is running smoothly is less of a chore with GPS.
Coming around the bend, a combine heads in for repairs. This field in Dimmit,Texas, was yielding well.
Cotton picking time shows how well farmers’ efforts are paying off.
Ears move into the combine during what looks to be a productive harvest near Dimmit, Texas.
Land prep is underway as wheat planting continues in the Southwest.
Golden ears of corn stand out against a deep blue October sky.
Good dryland cotton.
Perfect weather to plant wheat in Northeast Texas.
Open boll, ready to pick from a field at Texas A&M-Commerce.
Wheat seeding is well underway in Northeast Texas, where farmers have produced three good crops in a row.
Nice cotton is ready for harvest.