Cotton uniformity is elusive goal

Hollis, Paul L.
August 2005
Southeast Farm Press;8/3/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 19, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports that despite making great strides in improving the quality of their fiber in the past year, Georgia cotton producers are still finding uniformity to be an elusive trait. According to University of Georgia Extension Economist Don Shurley, the uniformity problem should not overshadow the progress Georgia growers have made in the past year. Shurley says that the combination of both staple length and uniformity is important.


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