PERRY, Ga. — Cotton in Georgia is looking relatively good across the regions and holds great potential. As you are in the field preparing to harvest, keep an eye out for chronically problematic areas of the field for production. An average to above average year is the best time to look for poor producing areas. Using your crop budgets and average yields broken down per acre, consider these poor areas being removed and how that may improve your field average yields, APH overtime, improved efficiency and sustainability, and less wear and tear and time on equipment from low-to-no yield places. Profit per acre is better than yield per acre.
To help you harness sustainability insights and unleash opportunities for your farm, we have developed a guide to better understand how your management practices intersect with sustainability metrics and potential factors that can influence improved outcomes through working with Quail Forever Precision Ag decisions in the areas of: • Biodiversity • Energy Use Efficiency • Greenhouse Gas Emissions • Irrigation Water Use Efficiency • Land Use Efficiency • Soil Carbon • Soil Conservation • Water Quality.
If you would like help taking a look at your crop health & profitability or consider biodiversity with quail habitat, you or your trusted crop advisor can give Quail Forever Precision Ag and Conservation Specialist a call as complements of Cotton Incorporated and the American Society of Agronomy.
Chaz Holt , CCA| Precision Ag and Conservation Specialist
Quail Forever and Pheasants Forever Inc. | Georgia
m. 406-425-3039 | firstname.lastname@example.org
–Georgia Cotton Commission