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Yield potential of rows short-season cotton in narrow rows


R. E. Johnson
R. G. Curley
Alan George
O.D. McCutcheon
V. T. Walhood
C. R. Brooks
Paul Young

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Hilgardia 28(11):6-8. DOI:10.3733/ca.v028n11p6. November 1974.

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Lint yields of Acala cotton varieties were increased an average of 10.9% by planting in narrow rows. Increases were even greater in a few genotypes better adapted to the higher plant populations provided by narrow rows. This research demonstrates the potential for higher yields, harvested once over, in 180 to 200 days from planting to harvest.

Johnson R, Curley R, George A, McCutcheon O, Walhood V, Brooks C, Young P. 1974. Yield potential of rows short-season cotton in narrow rows. Hilgardia 28(11):6-8. DOI:10.3733/ca.v028n11p6
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