Effects of irrigation on the growth and yield of cotton: Amounts and timing of applications influence lint grade and staple length
AuthorsJ. R. Stockton
L. D. Doneen
Authors AffiliationsJ. R. Stockton is Assistant Specialist in lrrigation, University of California, Davis; L. D. Doneen is Professor of Irrigation, University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 9(7):8-11. DOI:10.3733/ca.v009n07p8. July 1955.
AbstractThe following preliminary reports cover only one year's study of one soil type and are not final but are an indication of trends in research development toward improved irrigation practices in relation to yield and quality of cotton.
Stockton J, Doneen L. 1955. Effects of irrigation on the growth and yield of cotton: Amounts and timing of applications influence lint grade and staple length. Hilgardia 9(7):8-11. DOI:10.3733/ca.v009n07p8
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