TITLE

Expo Field Day showcases big crops

AUTHOR(S)
Hollis, Paul L.
PUB. DATE
August 2003
SOURCE
Southeast Farm Press;8/20/2003, Vol. 30 Issue 20, p7
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Relates the activities performed at the annual Sunbelt Expo Field Day in Moultrie, Georgia in 2003. Foliar feeding trials conducted at the expo site; Recommendations given for replacing leached nutrients; Evaluation of the problem of hardlock in cotton crops.
ACCESSION #
10625697

 

Related Articles

  • Role of foliar feeding of micronutrients in yield maximization of cotton in Punjab. YASEEN, Muhammad; AHMED, Wazir; SHAHBAZ, Muhammad // Turkish Journal of Agriculture & Forestry;Aug2013, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p420 

    Deficiency of micronutrients, particularly of zinc, boron, and iron, in calcareous soils is of great concern. Results indicate a reduction in yield of seed-cotton due to an imbalance of nutrients, particularly micronutrients, on calcareous soils in the last decade. About 90% of Pakistani soils...

  • Is foliar feeding the answer for water-logged cotton? Edmisten, Kieth // Southeast Farm Press Exclusive Insight;7/16/2013, p2 

    The author offers information on the foliar feeding of cotton plants in fields that are waterlogged. He explains that when the leaves are folded down the use of foliar fertilizers will not help in their recovery, unlike in stunted plants where the additional nutrient will replace losses from...

  • Important photosynthetic contribution from the non-foliar green organs in cotton at the late growth stage. Hu, Yuan-Yuan; Zhang, Ya-Li; Luo, Hong-Hai; Li, Wei; Oguchi, Riichi; Fan, Da-Yong; Chow, Wah; Zhang, Wang-Feng // Planta;Feb2012, Vol. 235 Issue 2, p325 

    Non-foliar green organs are recognized as important carbon sources after leaves. However, the contribution of each organ to total yield has not been comprehensively studied in relation to the time-course of changes in surface area and photosynthetic activity of different organs at different...

  • Grow cotton through early thrips-damaging stage. Hollis, Paul // Southeast Farm Press Exclusive Insight;3/13/2014, p6 

    The article reports on the protection of cotton from thrip infestation by helping them grow faster during their most susceptible period. Topics covered include the treatment of the seeds with either thimethoxan or imidacloprid, advantage of the application of foliar sprays and strategy for...

  • Species Composition, Damage Potential, and Insecticide Susceptibility of Stink Bugs in Cotton in the Lower Gulf Coast Region of Texas. Hopkins, B. W.; Knutson, A. E.; Bernal, J. S.; Treacy, M. F.; Smith, C. W. // Southwestern Entomologist;Mar2010, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p19 

    Stink bugs have become important pests of cotton, Gossypium hirsutum L., in the Lower Gulf Coast region of Texas. Common species, damage potential, and insecticide susceptibility of stink bugs were assessed. A survey of stink bugs in commercial cotton fields in six counties in the Lower Gulf...

  • FOLIAR NUTRITION IN COTTON - A REVIEW. Rajendran, K.; Mohamed Amanullah, M.; Vaiyapuri, K. // Agricultural Reviews;2010, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p120 

    Nutrients play a major role in influencing the growth and development in cotton. Generally major nutrients viz., N, P and K are supplied to cotton either through soil or foliage and the micronutrients and growth promoting substances applied as foliar feeding. But, foliar application of nutrients...

  • Foliar fungicides protect yield. Bollman, Joe // Wisconsin Agriculturist;Jan2011, Vol. 242 Issue 1, p33 

    The article focuses on the effectiveness of foliar fungicide applications in protecting crop yields when diseases are present.

  • Effects of DA-6 on leaf photosynthetic carboxylase and protective enzyme activities and grain yield of highyielding summer maize. Nie Le-Xing; Jiang Xing-Yin; Wu Shu-Hua; Zhang Ji-Wang; Liu Peng // Yingyong Shengtai Xuebao;Oct2010, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p2558 

    A field plot experiment was conducted to study the effects of foliar spraying DA-6 at the rates of 10, 20, and 40 mg·L-1 at jointing stage on the leaf photosynthetic carboxylase and protective enzyme activities and grain yield of high-yielding summer maize cultivar Denghai 661. Comparing with...

  • High yields start with 'low-hanging fruits'. HARRIS, TYLER // Western Farmer-Stockman;Aug2015, Vol. 138 Issue 8, p16 

    The article talks about easy crop management strategies that aim to ensure high yeilds by maintaining soil health, picking low hanging fruits, and foliar feeding, thus ensuring fields are uniform and offers high returns.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics