Late season water stress in cotton : I. Plant growth, water use, and yield

@inproceedings{Gerik1996LateSW,
  title={Late season water stress in cotton : I. Plant growth, water use, and yield},
  author={Thomas Gerik and K. L. Faver and P. M. Thaxton and K. M. El-Zik},
  year={1996}
}
  • Thomas Gerik, K. L. Faver, +1 author K. M. El-Zik
  • Published 1996
  • Biology
  • The behavior of water stressed cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) is well documented, but our knowledge of traits which can be genetically manipulated to improve drought tolerance is incomplete. This study was conducted to determine which morphological and physiological factors lessen the effects of water stress on the yield of two short-season cultivars [i.e., TAMCOT HQ95 (HQ95) and G&P 74 + (GP74)] with a common parent in ancestry. Plants were grown in a rain shelter-lysimeter facility containing… CONTINUE READING

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