Cotton



Wheat producers can learn more about identifying pests and diseases in wheat and how to increase yield in their crops at the Jan. 22 Wheat Scout School in Bartlett. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Laura McKenzie)
See & Spray Select can help farmers reduce their herbicide use by 77% on average by targeting and spraying only weeds on fallow ground. (Courtesy photo.)
Cotton and grain crops will be discussed during the Jan. 17-18 Red River Crops Conference in Altus, Oklahoma. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Laura McKenzie.)
Aerial view of a Large green Cotton picker working in a field. (Photo: iStock - liorpt)

USDA seeks cotton board nominees

Cotton field harvest (Photo: iStock - Jacob Mathers)
Cotton crop. (Courtesy photo.)
Wheat producers can learn more about identifying pests and diseases in wheat and how to increase yield in their crops at the Jan. 22 Wheat Scout School in Bartlett. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Laura McKenzie)
Michael Buser, Ph.D., the Endowed Chair in Cotton Engineering, Ginning and Mechanization, said collaborative partnerships will help the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering lead innovation that supports the cotton industry from “dirt to shirt.” (Texas A&M AgriLife photos by Sam Craft, Courtney Sacco and Laura McKenzie)

Buser named Endowed Chair in Cotton Engineering