Cotton and peanut growers are expecting a robust harvest this fall, despite an extremely dry end to the summer.
Hoping to turn a profit, Virginia cotton growers planted 7,000 more acres this year than they did in 2018, but cotton prices have dropped significantly.
Frequent, heavy storms between May 14 and May 20 delayed fieldwork on Virginia farms and had some impact on recently planted corn and soybeans and nearly mature small grains.
Virginia Farm Bureau’s been packaging up some delightful December looks at Virginia agriculture for its weekly television program, Real Virginia. Broadcasts this month focus on the state’s stock of fresh Christmas trees, the bustle of cotton harvest season and the annual state auctioneer...
Virginia cotton growers are expecting an excellent crop this year.