Effects of XE1019 and PIX on Cotton at Marana and Maricopa Agricultural Centers
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AbstractPIX was applied to cotton in 10 and 20 gallons of water to evaluate the effect of dilution rate on plant growth regulation. No statistical differences were seen at the one pint rate, but the trends looked like the higher rate of water increased the plant growth regulation (i.e., decreased plant height and increased yield). Increasing the rate of PIX to 2 pints in 20 gallons of water, to maintain the same concentration as 1 pint in 10 gallons of water, was detrimental to the yields.