The latest projections for the Lubbock-area cotton crop harvest were reduced last week to 3.865 million bales.
According to the Plainview Daily Herald, sugarcane aphids have been found in Floyd County, which is bad news for local farmers.
With continuing rainfall making an impact on the long standing drought in West Texas, the 2014 cotton crop is expected to have good yield. But, some worry that an early freeze could impact that outcome and meteorologist Ron Roberts says it could be very likely.
The greater Lubbock area cotton crop did not do well in August according to Lubbock-based Plains Cotton Growers.
The federal government recently updated its 2014 High Plains cotton crop to come in at 4.4 million bales.
A Denver City native judged the National Junior Brangus Show in Bryan/College Station.
While Memorial Day rain was a blessing for some farmers, others are dealing with seedling disease and replanting.
- The final harvest numbers for Lubbock’s biggest cash crop show that the greater Lubbock area produced 2.44 million bales of cotton in 2013. That’s down from 2012.
A local farmer shows us how he uses his iPhone and iPad to be more efficient in his farming.
A group of West Texas farmers have signed an involuntary bankruptcy petition against a company based in Terry County.