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LOGO: Journal of Cotton Science

 


The multidisciplinary, refereed journal contains articles that improve our understanding of cotton science. Publications may be compilations of original research, syntheses, reviews, or notes on original research or new techniques or equipment.

Highlights From This Issue

Understanding the relationship between planting date and plant population is extremely important when determining if a replant is warranted. Field experiments were conducted in Tennessee, Mississippi and Missouri from 2016-2018. A response surface model of yield potential predicted by planting date and plant population was generated from this data. The generated response curve will assist with replant decisions by providing estimates of the current stand relative to the yield potential of a successful or unsuccessful replant.

FEATURED ARTICLE


Agronomy and Soils
Making the Replant Decision: Predicting Yield and Fiber Quality in the Mid-South from Planting Date and Population
Shawn A. Butler, Tyson B. Raper, Michael J. Buschermohle, M. Angela McClure, Darrin M. Dodds, and Andrea Jones
Pages: 60-68

Understanding the relationship between planting date and plant population is extremely important when determining if a replant is warranted. Field experiments were conducted in Tennessee, Mississippi and Missouri from 2016-2018. A response surface model of yield potential predicted by planting date and plant population was generated from this data. The generated response curve will assist with replant decisions by providing estimates of the current stand relative to the yield potential of a successful or unsuccessful replant.