Considerations for dryland cotton - part 1: production risks, potential rewards and variety choice

20 September, 2018

Despite the dry conditions, current cotton prices are making dryland cotton a very attractive option for the 2018-19 season.

In the event of a late spring break, the potential remains for a record dryland cotton planting with large tracts of fallowed ground carried over from a small winter crop this year.

This week’s Facts on Friday discusses the production risks, potential rewards and variety choice considerations for dryland cotton.


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