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Nitrogen Fertilization of No-Till Cotton on Loess-Derived Soils
mature senescence and reduced yields (McConnell et al., 1995). Information on nitrogen (N) fertilization of no-till (NT) cotton Research conducted within the mid-South shows that (Gossypium hirsutumExpand
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Buffering of foliar potassium and boron solutions for no-tillage cotton production.
Buffering foliar K solutions to pH 4 increased K uptake and lint yield of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum
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Adaptive attributes of cowpea genotypes with delayed monocarpic leaf senescence
In annual grain legumes, monocarpic senescence results in the loss of functional leaf area during pod production, which may limit the availability of fixed C to support seed filling. GeneticallyExpand
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Adaptation to Midseason Drought of Cowpea Genotypes with Contrasting Senescene Traits
Monocarpic senescence traits may influence adaptation to midseason drought by their effects on drought escape and dehydration avoidance. Adaptive attributes of two related cowpea [Vigna unguiculataExpand
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AGRONOMY AND SOILS Lint Yield and Crop Maturity Responses to Irrigation in a Short-Season Environment
Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) responses to supplemental irrigation need to be reassessed in humid, short-season environments. We conducted a 4-year study on a Typic Hapludalf at Jackson TN, toExpand
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Glyphosate-Resistant Horseweed (Conyza canadensis) Growth, Seed Production, and Interference in Cotton
Abstract Field studies were conducted to examine both density and duration of glyphosate-resistant (GR) horseweed interference in cotton. Two studies, one examining the effect of horseweed densityExpand
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Alteration of cotton source–sink relations with plant population density and mepiquat chloride
Abstract Improvements in carbohydrate source–sink relations are needed to improve efficiency of yield formation in cotton ( Gossypium hirsutum L.). Most source–sink research has focused on leaf–bollExpand
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Potassium Effects on Canopy Light Interception and Earliness of No-Tillage Cotton
Earliness of maturity is essential for adaptation of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) to regions with short growing seasons, and it may be influenced by potassium nutrition. Our objectives were toExpand
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Foliar Feeding of Cotton: Evaluating Potassium Sources, Potassium Solution Buffering, and Boron
Foliar applications ofK may be used to supplement soil applications to maximize yields of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.). Response to foliar K applications may be improved by choice of K source,Expand
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Lower Limits of Cotton Seeding Rates in Alternative Row Widths and Patterns
Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) producers are motivated to reduce seeding rates by the high cost of seed and gene technology. A 3-yr study was conducted in irrigated and nonirrigated fields at Milan,Expand
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