Evaluation of PIX Multiple Application Treatments on Upland and Pima Cotton in Arizona, 1988
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AbstractFour field experiments were conducted in Arizona in 1988 to evaluate the effects of various multiple application treatment combinations of PIX on the growth and development, as well as the lint yields of both upland and pima cotton. Plant height was significantly reduced (P ≤ 0.05) in some FIX treatments in comparison to the checks for short periods of time after the treatment applications. Those effects did not persist, nor did they translate into any significant positive differences among treatments in terms of lint yields for either of the upland or pima experiments.