2 edition of Short-season cotton variety tests found in the catalog.
Short-season cotton variety tests
1976 by Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington .
Written in English
|Statement||by L. N. Namken ... [et al.].|
|Series||U.S. Agricultural Research Service. Southern Region. ARS-S ; 92, etc|
|Contributions||Namken, L. N.|
|The Physical Object|
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Jinmian 5 is a derivative of the cotton line through individual selection. In it joined the national cotton variety tests in the Very Early Cotton Producing Region. Its lint yield, prefrost lint yield and fibre quality are all considered to be very good.
It is an early variety, with an average growth period of days. It gives % more lint than the standard Heishanmian 1 Author: D. Wang, G.
National Cotton Variety Tests Short-Season Test Results Test Locations Marianna, AR Leland, MS Mississippi State, MS Stoneville, MS Measures of "Earliness", Stoneville, MS Lubbock, TX Summary of Lint Yields of Strains Summary of Measures of "Earliness" of Strains.
Welcome to the Kansas Crop Performance Tests. These tests provide unbiased performance information on hybrids and varieties of the major Kansas field crops. To view results, please click on the crop performance test area of your choice in the navigation.
Canola and Cotton. Variety Trial Application Forms. cotton variety, planting date, and a chosen terminal irrigation date on final yield and quality of cotton as recognized by Fisher et al (). This information could be of some benefit in planning for a short season production program.
One thing that is of some certainty, though, is that in opting for a short season approach (such as AlternativeFile Size: 42KB. Three maturity groupings are often used to classify cotton varieties, consisting of: 1) short season or more determinate plants, 2) medium season varieties, and 3) long or full season varieties which are more indeterminate in nature.
Classification of cotton varieties into one of these three categories is not necessarily straightforward in all cases. National Cotton Variety Test Crop Genetics Research Unit P O Box Stoneville, MS () () (fax) Any time you see the cotton boll photograph as shown here, you may click on it to return to the top of the document.
Research Article Studies on fibre quality of a long staple cotton variety using high volume instrument and advanced fibre information system for fibre quality improvement. Like many people my age, the movie tends to stick with you over the years (in my case, some 40 years) and Short-season cotton variety tests book seeing both versions with my 9 year old daughter, I finally decided to read A SHORT SEASON.
The book certainly paints a more complete image of Brian Piccolo than either of the “Brian’s Song” movies even attempted to by: 3. One of the most important events in modern cotton development occurred over a million years ago when an Old World species fused with an American species to form the amphidiploids (Dever et al., ).All Short-season cotton variety tests book New World diploids are lint-less, so the lint-bearing genes found in the tetraploids are assumed to have come from the Old World diploid by: 1.
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Effects of Transgenic Cotton-Based Cropping Systems and Their Fertility Levels on Succeeding Wheat Crop. seedcotton yield or output value of short-season cotton was % lower than that of. COTTON PHYSIOLOGY TODAY Newsletter of the Cotton Physiology Education Program -- NATIONAL COTTON COUNCIL Full Season Yields from Short Season Weather Kater Hake and Bill Meredith Short season production is often the only viable op tion in many parts of the Cotton Belt.
To address this topic in our diverse production regions the following. Cotton -- Taxation. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Cotton; Taxation; Narrower terms: Cotton -- Taxation -- Confederate States of America; Cotton Raper, T.B., D.M.
Oosterhuis, U. Siddons, L.C. Purcell, and M. Mozaffari. Effectiveness of the Dark Green Color Index in Determining Cotton Nitrogen Status from.
Abstract. Genetic improvement of upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) fiber quality is essential to meet demands of textile manufacturers and the international market while also increasing competitiveness with synthetic this chapter, the current state of cotton fiber improvement through advances in breeding and biotechnology is by: 2.
10 COTTON FARMING NOVEMBER New varieties for in blue Variety Maturity Micronaire Leaf Type Staple Length G/Tex Comments STONEVILLE Stoneville ST GLT early-med hairy Exceptional yield potential, broadly adapted to Eastern Cotton Belt, East Size: 5MB.
Olfactometer studies on the effect of hexane washings of host plants such as sugar cane, tomato, soybean, pearl millet, finger millet, cotton, sorghum, and maize in attracting T. chilonis indicated that all the plant species attracted more parasitoids in “no-choice” compared with “choice” tests.
Parasitism recorded was –% and. The hoody that stand above all others. Add to cart Add to cart. Gear Buck T. Development of an Available Soil Moisture Index to Characterize Drought Stress Experienced in Cotton Variety Trials. In: D. Oosterhuis (ed.) Summaries of Arkansas Cotton Research Tyson Raper, Selected Publications 1.
Refereed articles or refereed reviews in peer-reviewed professional journals. and gossypol contents in 18 years of regional high quality tests.
Ecological Applications. Book chapters or books. Robinson, Elton, and T. Raper. Raper, T. Cotton Variety Guide. W Raper, T. UGA Uniform Cotton Variety Performance Evaluation Program (AP ) The UGA Cotton Variety Performance Evaluation Program was a huge success inwith 15 individual trials throughout Georgia’s cotton belt.
This approach illustrates how variety performance can change across a range of environments, which provides information on how. Corn Growth & Development. In the Corn Belt, including Kansas, corn is an integral component to the success of agriculture.
Throughout the growing season, the corn plant undergoes a series of developmental stages as it grows from a seed at planting to a tall plant with an ear at harvest.
Refereed articles or reviews Plumblee, M., D. Dodds, J. Krutz, and T. Raper. Effect of physical damage to early- and late-maturing cotton cultivars.
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he menu of cotton varieties from which to choose in includes a host of high-yielding, good quality selections. Annual medics can achieve their full potential when planted after a short-season spring crop such as processing peas or lettuce. Wisconsin tests at six locations showed medic produced an average of T/A when sown in the late June or early July.
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Environmental and Economic Impacts of Reducing U.S. Agricultural Pesticide Use. Authors; Bieber, J.L., Y.N. Lin, and D.W. Parvin. Short season cotton production systems as an alternative to heavy application of insecticides in the Mississippi Delta.
Field tests on control of the imported cabbageworm (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) and Cited by: Tamhankar AJ, Rajendran TP, Mamdapur VR, Evaluation of a pheromone trap for the cotton pink bollworm Pectinophora gossypiella Saunders.
International Journal of Pest Management, 47(1); 4 ref. Thangaraju D, Uthamasamy S, Studies on the ecology and monitoring of pink bollworm, Pectinophora gossypiella (Saunders) on cotton. The Southern High Plains of Texas is a major cotton-producing region of the United States.
As cotton acreage declines in areas traditionally known for producing high quality cotton fiber, the High Plains region remains less affected by volatility in other commodities and environmental constraints. Cotton fiber exports from the US have increased from 40% of production in.
Current Use of Instrument Technology in the Cotton Industry. Mrs. Anja C. Schleth 1, high yielding, short season cotton (Trehune, ). A major advantage to a grower using the UNR cotton system is increased yield.
Genetic Characteristics of Cotton Varieties in Textile Variety Tests, in “Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conferences,” National. The University of Tennessee submits this EIP proposal to facilitate outreach and supporting applied research related to IPM in agronomic crops, IPM education for pesticide applicators, and IPM implementation in schools.
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Genetic improvement of short-season soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] cultivars has resulted in a % annual gain in yield. Although yield is the product of dry matter (DM) accumulation and partitioning, the relative contributions of these two components of yield to genetic improvement has not been documented.
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Both there and in other regions of India young lablab pods are widely consumed as. Goals / Objectives Determine water use of irrigated and dryland crop systems, and its temporal and spatial variability impacting management and precision farming systems. Develop and evaluate drip and sprinkler irrigation control systems to minimize application losses and enhance water use efficiency while reducing management effort by using remotely sensed data.Goals / Objectives Determine biological, physical and environmental impacts of crop production and other ecological inputs on cotton pests and natural enemies; potential for developing protective natural enemy habitats as well as conservation/ augmentation methods.
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