Georgia favors yield goal concept for cotton nitrogen management

Hollis, Paul L.
January 2004
Southeast Farm Press;1/21/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p13
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Discusses the reasons behind the differences of the cotton nitrogen recommendations in Georgia and Alabama. Details of the nitrogen study of Shelby Baker, a retired cotton breeder in Georgia; Ways to modify nitrogen recommendations for cotton; Suggestions to cotton growers given by Glen Harris, an extension agronomist at the University of Georgia.


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