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Response of cotton to cultivation



Response of cotton to cultivation



Weed Science 25(2): 132-134



Yields of cotton Stoneville 213 did not differ with various cultivation practices on 2 soils in Alabama over a 3- to 5-year period. Cultivation treatments resulted in cotton yields equivalent to but not greater than those resulting from weed control without soil disturbance. However, in the absence of any weed control, cotton yields were reduced more than 90% on Decatur clay loam soil and 95% on Hartsells fine sandy loam soil.

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DOI: 10.2307/4042822



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