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    • Cotton comments, 12/12/2012, v.2 no.13

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    • 2012 Oklahoma Crop Yield and Quality; Extension Variety Trials Summarized; USDA-Risk Management Agency Updates Cotton Transitional Yield (T-Yields); USDA-RMA Announces Crop Insurance Premium Rate Adjustment; Glyphosate Resistant Weeds/Winter -...
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2009

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    • Oklahoma cotton producers can increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by using varieties better adapted to their lo­cations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much greater...
    • Cotton comments, 09/17/2013, v.3 no.10

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    • Crop Update; Heat Units Past Cutout; Heat Unit and ET Update; Yield Estimation; Crop Insurance Boll Count Adjustment Date Arrives; Crop Maturity Determination; Conditions Affecting Harvest Aid Performance; Boll Maturiy and Ethephon; Sharpen - A...
    • Extension cotton project annual report, 2012

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    • An effective cotton integrated pest management (IPM) program includes all aspects of production. This report contains summarized data from various applied research trials and demonstrations that address many different cotton production components....
    • Cotton comments

    • Cotton--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • "This is the first issue of many newsletters that our group at Altus will generate to provide timely information to the Oklahoma cotton industry."
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2007

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    • Cotton producers in Oklahoma could often increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by using varieties better adapted to their locations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much...
    • Extension cotton project annual report, 2013

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    • An effective cotton integrated pest management (IPM) program includes all aspects of production. This report contains summarized data from various applied research trials and demonstrations that address many different cotton production components....
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2004

    • Cotton--Varieties--Oklahoma.
    • Many cotton producers in Oklahoma could increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by growing varieties better adapted to their locations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much...
    • Cotton comments, 09/04/2012, v.2 no.12

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    • Heat Units Past cutout/Irrigation and Crop Termination Issues; Yield Estimation; Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Cotton Harvest Decision Aid Tool; Crop Insurance Boll Count Adjustment Date Nears; Crop Maturity Determination; Conditions Affecting...
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2005

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    • Many cotton producers in Oklahoma could increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by using varieties better adapted to their locations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much...
    • Cotton comments, 08/21/2012, v.2 no.11

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    • Drought continues to take its toll on the 2012 cotton crop. significant chances of rainfall were forecasted over the past weekend, but little if any materialized over much of the cotton growing area.; Using COTMAN Concepts; Irrigation Termination...
    • Extension cotton project annual report, 2011

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    • An effective cotton integrated pest management (IPM) program includes all aspects of production. This report contains summarized data from various applied research trials and demonstrations that address many different cotton production components....
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2006

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    • Cotton producers in Oklahoma could often increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by using varieties better adapted to their locations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much...
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2008

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    • Oklahoma cotton producers could increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by using varieties better adapted to their locations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much greater...

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