Browsing by Subject "Yield increases"

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  • Anthony. David (1992-08-11)
    In surface irrigation systems we use beds rather than growing thee crop on the flat for several reasons. The two most important reasons are to assist in the control of water and to avoid water-logging of the cotton; a ...
  • Constable, Greg (1992-08-11)
    This article will refer to narrow row cotton only as that currently being grown in 75 cm rows (30"). The older system of high density stripper cotton will not be discussed.The great theoretical advantage of narrow rows is ...
  • Allen, Stephen (1988-08-17)
    Seedling diseases include seed rots, pre and post emergent damping 9ff and root pruning. Numerous fungi can be responsible although Rhizoctonia sp., Pythiwn spp. and Fusarium spp. are the most important. It is sometimes ...
  • Redfern, Ruth; Jenson, Melanie; Ceeney, Sally; Strang, Meg; Brown, Chrissy (2015-08-27)
    The spring edition of CRDC's magazine, Spotlight, highlights the improved performance of the cotton industry on many levels. In this issue, hear from Goondiwindi grower Nigel Corish, who reports on the outcomes of his ...

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