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Review 41 Research Articles
Written By 26  Researchers From 9 States
On COTTON Production

Accumulation Of Nitrates In Soil Profiles Due To Over-Fertilized With Urea In Optimum Irrigated And Dry Land Cotton Production Systems
DR. J. SCOTT MCCONNELL Associate Director of the Institute for Environmental Studies, Western ILL University
Evaluation Of Surface Application Of Nitrogen Fertilizer Sources In A Conservation Tillage Cotton System
DR. CHARLES H BURMESTER Extension Agronomist, Auburn University; AL
Accumulation Of Nitrates In Soil Profiles Due To Over-Fertilized With Urea In Optimum Irrigated And Dry Land Cotton Production Systems
DR. J. SCOTT MCCONNELL Associate Director of the Institute for Environmental Studies, Western ILL University
Double Cropped Cotton After Wheat Response To N Rates
DR. NORMIE BUEHRING Professor of Agronomy, Mississippi State University
Soil Acidity And pH As Influenced By N-Fertilization And Irrigation
DR. J. SCOTT MCCONNELL Associate Director of the Institute for Environmental Studies, Western ILL University
Use Of Active Sensors To Monitor In-Season Nitrogen Status Of Cotton
DR. KEVIN BRONSON Professor, Texas A&M University-Texas AgriLife Research
Nitrogen Rates And Growth Regulators: Cotton Being Observed
KRISTEN JOHNSON Associate Editor, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Soil Test Every Four Years To Monitor Limestone
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
Too Late To Lime?
DAVID DUNN Soil Laboratory Supervisor, University of Missouri Delta Center
Lime Cost-Effective In Correcting The pH Of Acidic Soil
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
OPTIMIZE Cotton N Fertilizer
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Midseason Nitrogen Management With On-The-Go Sensors
DR. GENE STEVENS Extension Crop Production Specialist, University of Missouri-Delta Ctr.
Improving Nitrogen Use Efficiency In Cotton: A Remote Sensor-Based Approach
DR. BRENDA S TUBANA Assistant Professor, LSU AgCenter
Detecting Drought And Nutrient Stresses
DR. EARL VORIES Agricultural Engineer / USDA-Agricultural Research Service
Estimating Nitrogen Losses From Wet Soils
DR. LLOYD MURDOCK Extension Soils Specialist, University of Kentucky
Controlled Release Fertilizer
ANDREA JONES Research Associate/Cotton Production, University of Missouri
Plan For Phosphorus And Potassium Fertilization
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
Evaluation Of Polymer Coated Urea For Use In Southern Row Crop Agriculture
DR. BOBBY R GOLDEN Assistant Professor/Soil Fertility, LSU AgCenter
Are Secondary Macronutrient And Micronutrient Analyses Needed?
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
Effectiveness Of Variable Rate Fertilizer Applications On Cotton Fields
MATTHEW RHINE Research Associate, University of Missouri
Irrigation And Nitrogen Fertility Effects On Cotton Yield And Fiber Quality
DR. WILLIAM T PETTIGREW Plant Physilogist, USDA-ARS, Crop Production Systems Research Unit, University of MIssissippi
Soil Type And Fertility Effects On Cotton Performance
DR. JOHN S KRUSE Assistant Professor, Cotton and Feedgrain Specialist, LSU AgCenter
Sensors Gauge Nitrogen Needs
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Warm Winter And Nitrogen Applications
DR. FABIAN G FERNANDEZ Assistant Professor of Soil Fertility & Plant Nutrition, University of Illinois
Determining Total Fertility In Strip-Tilled Fields
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
In-Field Tissue Testing For Crop Nutrients
DR. GENE STEVENS Extension Crop Production Specialist, University of Missouri-Delta Ctr.
Alternate Fertilizer
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Identifying Plant Deficiencies
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Nitrogen Watch 2013 Launches
DR. PETER C SCHARF Professor/Division of Plant Sciences, University of Missouri
Considerations Of Applying Nutrients To Frozen Ground
DR. EDWIN RITCHEY Extension Soil Specialist, University of Kentucky
Lime Is Important Additive For Field, Pasture
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Assessing Nutrient Needs
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Fertilizer In Small Doses Yields Higher Returns For Less Money
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Fertilizer In Small Doses Yields Higher Returns For Less Money
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New Poultry Litter Application Method Holds Promise In Corn
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N Management In Wet/Dry Years Requires Planning
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Study Helps MSU Scientists Make Best Recommendations
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Should I Apply Red Or White Lime?
DR. A.J. FOSTER Agronomy Specialist
Cover Crops Provide Benefits For Farmers
LSU AGCENTER
Is Fall-Applied Nitrogen Still Present?
DR. EMERSON NAFZIGER Professor of Crop Sciences, University of Illinois
Cotton Nitrogen Management, 2017 Comments
DR. TYSON RAPER Cotton & Small Grains Specialist

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