• Percolation of Soluble Constituents Under Cotton Fertilized with Municipal Sewage Sludge

      Minnich, M. M.; Pepper, I. L.; Day, A. D.; Taylor, B. B. (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1987-03)
      Data on the potential salts and organics leaching under cotton fertilized with municipal sewage sludge is necessary to delineate best management practices when cotton is fertilized in this manner.
    • Plant Growth and Seed Cotton Yield of Upland Cotton Fertilized with Liquid Sewage Sludge

      Day, A. D.; Taylor, B. B.; Pepper, I. K.; Minnich, M. M.; Department of Plant Sciences | Department of Animal Sciences; Department of Soil and Water Science (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1987-03)
      Seedling emergence, plant establishment, plant height, and seed cotton yield for cotton grown with liquid sewage sludge were similar to the seedling emergence, plant establishment, plant height, and seed cotton yield for cotton grown with recommended inorganic fertilizer. High applications of liquid sewage sludge decreased water penetration in Pima clay loam soil.