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Texas peanut producers experienced a difficult 2020 growing season due to drought, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert.

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Cotton prices recently bounced back following a steady fall driven by the pandemic’s effect on U.S. and global demand, according to a Texas A&…

Agriculture

Cool-season crops in the Rio Grande Valley are off to a good start after plantings were delayed by rain, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extensi…

Agriculture

Producers in Texas’ Cotton Belt reported lower than expected yields as a result of a tough beginning, middle and end to the 2019 growing seaso…

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As drought conditions peaked for most of the state, producers were wrapping up the cotton and grain sorghum harvests and hoping for rain to help moisture-stressed wheat and winter small grains, according to Texas A

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Nearly the entire state of Texas received at least 1 inch of rain from the last week of September to Oct. 1, with many regions getting as much as 9 inches, according to the National Weather Service.

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Soil-moisture levels remained good. Most stock tanks and lakes were full from recent rains. Winter wheat and grasses were providing good grazi…

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A Texas AgriLife Extension Service economist advised Texas cotton producers to consider selling sooner rather than later - assuming they have a decent offer.

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