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AbstractSix different seed treatments and one in furrow granular treatment were used in a field with a history of black root rot, caused by Thielaviopsis basicola. The treatment was a follow-up on the study done the previous year (1). Stand counts, root lengths and seed cotton yields were taken to see if any of the treatments increased stand counts or stimulated root growth. Thielaviopsis was not isolated in the plants this year, so the effect of the fungicides on this pathogen were not evaluated. Stand counts were, however, significantly influenced by the seed treatments.