Kirschenmann Brothers custom farm management began with potatoes in early 20th Century; now the family's diversified plantings include table grapes, almonds and cotton
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They say cotton helped keep them in business when insecticide-resistant tobacco budworms nearly wiped them and a number of other Mississippi farmers out in the 1980s.
This year’s Southeast winner, Nick McMichen, a producer from Centre, Ala., also talked about what it means to be a cotton farmer.
The four to six minute videos also give cotton producers suggestions on how to successfully integrate cover crops into their operation.
Arizona cotton spokesmen expect a 10 percent increase in acreage.
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Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue “making his voice heard” on the importance of NAFTA to U.S. agriculture.