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Response of dryland cotton plant growth, soil-water uptake, and lint yield to two extreme types of tillage



Response of dryland cotton plant growth, soil-water uptake, and lint yield to two extreme types of tillage



Agronomy Journal 69(3): 447-451



In field trials in 1970-3, root systems were denser and deeper and the extent and duration of vegetative growth greater in cotton plants grown in alternate yr with wheat on soil ploughed 40 cm deep than in those grown with minimum tillage, but final lint yields did not differ significantly between treatments. Rate of soil water extraction 30 days after seedling emergence tended to be lower and after 80 days tended to be higher on ploughed soil than with minimum tillage.

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