Arizona cotton farmers expect to increase acreage Mar 14, 2018 Arizona cotton spokesmen expect a 10 percent increase in acreage. 8 factors that affect Arizona cotton acreage for 2018 Mar 14, 2018 Expectations are that Arizona cotton acreage will be up this year, but these 8 factors could make a difference. Ag leaders push for quick solutions to pressing problems Dec 10, 2017 “We retreated from TPP and are now in the crazy stage of renegotiating agreements that are already working well, like NAFTA. Mend it - don’t end it," says Jim Mulhern of National Milk Producers Arizona farming’s future - automated technology, data tsunami Nov 07, 2017 The future of field work includes autonomous multi-tasking tractors working around the clock to eliminate human operator fatigue Farmers, leaders cautiously optimistic about pro-Arizona agriculture changes Jun 02, 2017 "Going forward, things are looking good and I’m optimistic,” says Agribusiness & Water Council President Tom Davis. Border leaders concerned about fair shake in NAFTA renegotiation May 23, 2017 "NAFTA's renegotiation will affect the daily consumption of anything we buy in America." Increased production, weeds, climate among top Arizona wine grape issues Feb 21, 2017 In Arizona wine grapes, “Know your salinity levels because cultivars vary in salinity response,” says UA Extension Specialist Jim Walworth. World’s deserts must be cultivated to feed future global population Jan 30, 2017 Food crop production must expand into land areas considered too harsh, wet, or dry, says Merle Jensen, University of Arizona professor Emeritus. Ways to help alfalfa growers weather continued low hay prices Jan 11, 2017 “There are things you can do to survive the current environment, simple things like tarping or barn storing your product to protect it from degradation,” says alfalfa and forage specialist Dan Putnam.