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Farm Press: Hurricane season punished some cotton

According to a story posted in Southeast Farm Press, Alabama’s late-planted cotton has done better than earlier-planted varieties this year. The earlier crops were hit hard by the wet and windy conditions from tropical storms this year and lost quality and yield because of the adverse conditions. The later crop has benefited from the more recent dry conditions and is doing better. You can read more here.

Source: Andrea Gibbs, Hyde County Extension Agent via Southeast Farm Press.