Maximum Yield Trial on Short Staple Cotton, Safford Agricultural Center
KeywordsAgriculture -- Arizona
Cotton -- Arizona
Cotton -- Short staple breeding, genetics and cytology
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AbstractAn experiment was designed to provide most of the nutrient needs of a cotton crop. Used were a luxurious treatment using Biohumanetics products; a treatment using 10-34-0 and urea to provide the N and P needs of the plants with foliar applications of Link 44 and Link CaZn; a treatment employing only 16-20-0 and urea; and a treatment where no nutrients were added. No significant differences were seen between any of the treatments.