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Review 71 Research Articles
Written By 33  Researchers From 9 States
On COTTON Production

Cropping Systems As Best Management Practices
DR. DONALD J BOQUET Professor of Agronomy, LSU AgCenter
Management Of Crop Residues And Soil Compaction For Improved Soil Productivity And Profit
DR. NORMIE BUEHRING Professor of Agronomy, Mississippi State University
Performance Of New Cotton Varieties In The North Delta
DR. CHRIS MAIN Extension Cotton and Small Grains Specialist, University of Tennessee
Cotton And Corn Rotation Under Reduced Tillage Management: Impacts On Soil Properties, Weed Control, And Yield
DR. KRISHNA N REDDY Research Plant Physiologist, USDA-ARS Southern Weed Science Research Unit; MS
Double Cropped Cotton After Wheat Response To N Rates
DR. NORMIE BUEHRING Professor of Agronomy, Mississippi State University
Newer Cottons On Horizon
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
A Rate That Varies
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Row Width Trials
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Rotation Makes Cents
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Cover Crop Questions And Results
MICHAEL D PLUMER Extension Educator/Natural Resources, University of Illinois
Optimizing Yields With Best Management Practices (BMPs)
DR. DONALD J BOQUET Professor of Agronomy, LSU AgCenter
Cotton Seeding Rates: How Low Can We Go?
DR. OWEN GWATHMEY Associate Professor, Plant Sciences, University of Tennessee
Yields And Economic Return Of Cotton Technology Systems In Alabama
DR. CHARLES H BURMESTER Extension Agronomist, Auburn University; AL
Managing Resistance
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Benefits Of Automatic Section Control (Auto-Swath) Technology For The Southern US
DR. JOHN P FULTON Assistant Professor/Extension Biosystems Engineering, Auburn University
Conducting On-Farm Experiments: Making The Most Of Precision Agriculture Technologies
DR. TERRY GRIFFIN Assistant Professor, Extension Economist, University of Arkansas
Cotton Replant Decisions In Missouri And South Carolina
DR. GENE STEVENS Extension Crop Production Specialist, University of Missouri-Delta Ctr.
Cropping Decisions
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Replant, Or Not?
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Cotton Varieties
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Seed To Soil
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Factors Affecting Cotton Variety Performance
DR. STERLING BROOKS BLANCHE Assistant Professor, Cotton & Soybean Agronomy, LSU AgCenter
Identifying And Correcting The Causes Of Yield Variability In Cotton And Corn Fields
DR. DONALD J BOQUET Professor of Agronomy, LSU AgCenter
Should We Be Worried About Higher Temperatures In Crop Production?
DR. DERRICK OSTERHUIS Professor Crop Physiology, University of Arkansas
Are Multi-Cropping Systems Less Risky Than Mono-Cropping Systems
DR. KENNETH W PAXTON Professor, LSU AgCenter
Matching Seed To Soil
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Cotton Planting Dates
ANDREA JONES Research Associate/Cotton Production, University of Missouri
Cotton Plant Growth Regulators – Timing And Rates
DR. SAM ATWELL Agronomy Specialist, University of Missouri
Cotton Moving North
BARBARA GALESKI Editorial Director, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Conventional Cottons From The University Of Arkansas
DR. FRED BOURLAND Center Director/Professor, University of Arkansas
Effect Of Long-Term Conservation Tillage Rotations On Crop Yields And Soil Physical And Chemical Properties
DR. CHARLES H BURMESTER Extension Agronomist, Auburn University; AL
Padgett Suggests Growers Evaluate Variety Options
REGINA LAROSE Associate Editor, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Be On Alert: Problematic Weed Moving Into Illinois
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
Successful Implementation Of Real-Time Networks And Advanced GPS
DR. JOHN P FULTON Assistant Professor/Extension Biosystems Engineering, Auburn University
Products And Practices That Work, Situations That Don’t
DR. EDWIN RITCHEY Extension Soil Specialist, University of Kentucky
Scientists Looking To Lower Input Costs For Cotton
REGINA LAROSE Associate Editor, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Intensification Has Reduced Carbon Footprint Of U.S. Crop Production
DR. PAUL VINCELLI Extension Professor and Provost's Distinguished Service Professor, University of Kentucky
Missouri Cotton Producers Should Prepare Now For The 2013 Crop
DR. ALLEN WRATHER Professor/Plant Sciences, University of Missouri
Know Your Seed Treatments
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Cotton Growers Slowly Transition To Round Bales
LSU AGCENTER
A Six-Pack Of Tips For Healthy Cotton In 2013
DR. ALLEN WRATHER Professor/Plant Sciences, University of Missouri
Managing Corn, Cotton And Soybean Replant
DR. LARRY STECKEL Extension Weed Specialist, University of Tennessee
Cotton Acres And Pix Strategy In Fields With Multiple Planting Dates
DR. LARRY STECKEL Extension Weed Specialist, University of Tennessee
Considerations When Switching To Earlier Cotton Varieties
DR. LARRY STECKEL Extension Weed Specialist, University of Tennessee
Cotton Fruit-Shedding – Who’s To Blame
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Is This The Last Week To Spray Cotton?
DR. SCOTT STEWART IPM Extension Specialist, University of Tennessee
Managing Another Delayed Planting Season
DENNIS R EPPLIN Extension Educator/Crop Systems, University of Illinois
AgCenter Researchers Study Use Of Drones In Crop Monitoring
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Bird’s Eye View
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Cotton Production Tips
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Cotton Injury From Post-Applied Dual Magnum And Warrant
DR. LARRY STECKEL Extension Weed Specialist, University of Tennessee
Cotton And Lightning
DR. TYSON RAPER Cotton & Small Grains Specialist
The Sky’s The Limit For UAVs In Ag
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To Keep Or Replant, That Is The Question
DR. TYSON RAPER Cotton & Small Grains Specialist
To Keep Or Replant, That Is The Question
DR. TYSON RAPER Cotton & Small Grains Specialist
Burning Down Partial Cotton Stand To Be Planted Back To Soybean
DR. LARRY STECKEL Extension Weed Specialist, University of Tennessee
Last Effective Bloom Date: How Is It Calculated And What Does It Mean?
DR. TYSON RAPER Cotton & Small Grains Specialist
Cover Crop Considerations For This Fall
GARRET MONTGOMERY Graduate Student
Defoliation Strip Trial Ratings/Summary
DR. TYSON RAPER Cotton & Small Grains Specialist
Making The Decision To Replant In 2016
DR. TYSON RAPER Cotton & Small Grains Specialist
Cotton Turning . . . Too Soon?
DR. TYSON RAPER Cotton & Small Grains Specialist
Wrapping Up Harvest Aid Applications In 2016
DR. TYSON RAPER Cotton & Small Grains Specialist
When Should I Park My Cotton Planter?
DR. DARRIN DODDS Extension Cotton Specialist
Thinking About Cutout And Terminating Insecticide Applications In Cotton
DR. SCOTT STEWART IPM Extension Specialist, University of Tennessee
Defoliation Window Closing?
DR. TYSON RAPER Cotton & Small Grains Specialist
Defoliation As Temperatures Begin To Drop
DR. TYSON RAPER Cotton & Small Grains Specialist
Real-Time Weather Online To Aid Row Crop Producers
MISSISSIPPI STATE MISSISSIPPI
Mitigating Cotton Burn From Post Herbicide Applications
DR. LARRY STECKEL Extension Weed Specialist, University of Tennessee
Late Burndown Ahead Of Cotton
DR. LARRY STECKEL Extension Weed Specialist, University of Tennessee
When Should I Resume Picking?
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Inhibitions Of Cotton Germination And Early Seedling Growth By Cover Crop Residues
DR. AVAT SHEKOOFA Crop Physiologist

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