Cotton Row Spacing Study on Long and Short Staple Cotton, Safford Agricultural Center, 1992
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AbstractA row spacing study was conducted on both long and short staple cotton on the Safford Agricultural Center. The results of this study showed that yields increased from the narrower spaced rows (36 -30 inch and 30 inch spacings) to the wider spaced rows (36 inch and 40 inch spacings). This is the same trend as reported previously with long staple cotton but differs from that previously reported for short staple cotton. Yields of 1.67 and 25 bales per acre for long and short staple cotton were reported.