Unlike irrigated cotton which requires a supplemented water supply, dryland cotton is reliant on rainfall. Although growing dryland cotton can seem like a challenge as it requires a full soil moisture profile at the start of the season, rainfall during the summer months, and long periods of heat with low humidity, it has become easier in recent times due to major improvements in the farming system.

At McGregor Gourlay, we can help you if you’re thinking of growing dryland cotton for greater returns, less risk, and cash flow management. Whether you are looking to control insect infestations, market your cotton, learn about row spacing, or just looking for support, a whole team of experts, and a whole host of resources, standing by to help. If you’re still unsure if growing dryland cotton will be profitable for your business, a decision can be made based on your stored subsoil moisture, the current price being offered for cotton, or reach out to us for our farm planning service.

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