Potassium Partitioning in the Cotton Plant as Influenced by Soil and Foliar Potassium Fertilization under Water Deficit Stress

Abstract

Precise, timely management of potassium (K) fertilizer inputs throughout the growing season are essential for maximum cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) lint yields and high fiber quality. However, questions remain unanswered about the management of K fertilizer inputs for maximum production profitability when water is limiting under irrigated or rainfed… (More)

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@inproceedings{Coker2000PotassiumPI, title={Potassium Partitioning in the Cotton Plant as Influenced by Soil and Foliar Potassium Fertilization under Water Deficit Stress}, author={Dennis L. Coker and Derrick M. Oosterhuis and Scott Randall Brown}, year={2000} }