Cotton leafroll dwarf virus, or CLRDV, was first reported in Alabama in 2017. Since 2017, CLRDV has reportedly infected cotton in six other Southern states.
Ben Thrash, Extension entomologist, says insecticide efficacy on plant bugs varies by year and location, but there are a few stand out products.
Texas Crop and Weather Report – March 3, 2020
Trey Price discussing the cotton leafroll dwarf virus, cautions social media users to be skeptical of posts regarding CLRDV.
U.S. support of its agricultural industry often comes under scrutiny on the world stage. That's a problem.
About 80% of Larry Ford's cotton is under irrigation. He farms in a watershed and spring basin under strict water-use restrictions in Florida.
Charlie Jennings knew he wanted to be a cotton ginner almost as soon as he learned how to walk.
The cotton picker catching fire in 2018 was a fluke. It wasn't the worst thing that happened to Larry Ford's 2018 cotton. That honor goes to Hurricane Michael.
Faith and family are threads that weave through every aspect of each of the four 2020 High Cotton farm operations.
Third-generation farmer and High Cotton winner consistently achieves above-average yields