An Evaluation of an Alternative Commercial Fertilization Program for Cotton
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AbstractPlant growth products manufactured by BioHumaNetics, Inc. (BHN) were evaluated at the Maricopa Agricultural Center for the third consecutive year in the same field. Treatments included: 1) no fertilizers added; 2) standard fertilization used on cotton at the farm; and 3) a treatment schedule prescribed by BHN. Yields in 1987 were significantly different; the BHN treatment produced the highest yield, and the unfertilized treatment produced the lowest yield. Yields from all three treatments were substantially lower than corresponding 1986 yields.