November 24 – Lint yield data is available for the short season non-irrigated cotton at the Tennessee Valley Research and Extension Center and for the short season irrigated cotton at the Prattville Agricultural Research Unit.  Seed lint yields are available for all the remaining short season cotton.

November 17 – Lint yield data is available for all the full season cotton trials.  Full season statewide yield summary tables (irrigated and non-irrigated) have been added.

Lint yield data is available for the full season cotton (irrigated and non-irrigated) at the Wiregrass Research and Extension Center.  Lint yield data is available for the short season irrigated cotton at the Tennessee Valley Research and Extension Center.

November 10 – Seed lint yield data is available for the short season cotton (irrigated and non-irrigated) at the Tennessee Valley Research and Extension Center.

November 5 – Lint yield data is available for the full season cotton (irrigated and non-irrigated) at the Tennessee Valley Research and Extension Center.

October 29 – Lint yield data is available for the full season cotton (irrigated and non-irrigated) at the EV Smith Research and Extension Center.  Disease ratings are available for the full season irrigated trials at EV Smith and the Prattville Agricultural Research Unit.

October 17 – Seed lint yield data is now available for the full season non-irrigated trial at the Tennessee Valley Research and Extension Center.  Samples from the trial will be ginned to determine variety specific turnout rates.  As ginning data becomes available, tables will be updated.

October 12 –  The seed lint yields are available for the full season irrigated trial at the Prattville Agricultural Research Unit.  Samples from the trial are being ginned to determine variety specific turnout rates.  As ginning data becomes available, tables will be updated.

September 22 – The cotton trials at the Gulf Coast Research and Extension Center in Fairhope, AL received damaging wind and rain from Hurricane Sally.  Due to the extent of the damage, data will not be available for any of the cotton trials at this location for the 2020 season.

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