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AbstractA replicated field study was conducted at the Maricopa Agricultural Center in 1991 to investigate the effect of plant population density on Pima S-6 lint yield. Treatments ranged from a low of 10,465 plants per acre to a high of 65,000 plants per acre. There were no significant yield differences observed with populations between 17,000 plants per acre and 65,000 plants per acre. Significant yield decreases occurred when populations were reduced below 17,000 plants per acre.