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  • Capel, Karyl-Lee; Demnar, , Brent (1992-08-11)
    In 1990, a C.R. & D.C. co-operation with the funded research project was begun, Industry Hail Scheme Insurers, to investigate and evaluate the hail response of cotton varieties currently grown in the Australian cotton ...
  • Hughes, Dennis G. (1988-08-17)
    The actual decision regarding which seed variety to plant had to be made some months -ago by growers through CSD, this decision is mostly based upon a number of factors, viz: 1: Yield 2: Resistance to insects ...
  • West, K (1996-06-30)
    Over the period from 1990 to 1993, research was carried out investigating the regrowth of Australian cotton varieties after damage by haiI. The work was funded by the Cotton Research and Development Corporation and carried ...
  • Demnar, Brent A. (1990-08-08)
    The affects of hail on the growing cotton crop will be well known to virtually all growers, as will the method of assessment which Is used in conjunction with the Australian Cotton Industry's Hail Insurance Scheme
  • Capel, KL (1993-06-30)
    In 1990, a Cotton Research and Development Corporation funded project was begun, in cooperation with the Industry Hail Scheme Insurers, to evaluate the growth response after hail damage, of cotton varieties currently grown ...
  • Reid, P.E.; Thomson, N.J.; G.Mann; Patrick, C.M.; Heal, L.J.; Constable, , G.A. (1992-08-11)
    The performance of CSIRO varieties and new lines are evaluated each year in a series of regional trials, known as the Australian Cotton Cultivar Trial (ACCT). CSIRO and the QDPI have been running these trials since the ...
  • Hunter, Geoff (2015-04-01)
    Dryland Cotton * Premature Senescence or Verticillium? * Groundwater aquifers in the Missisippi * Crop Competition *N trial

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