Cotton Agronomy & Physiology - Wednesday Afternoon - Session A

Wednesday, January 7, 2009: 1:30 PM-6:00 PM
Salon K (Marriott Rivercenter Hotel)
Joel Faircloth
2:15 PM
Narrow Rows in Cotton: What Good are They
Randy Wells, North Carolina State University; Keith Edmisten, North Carolina State University
2:30 PM
Effect of Row Configuration and Seeding Rate on Cotton Yield and Fiber Quality
Tom Barber, University of Arkansas; Fred Bourland, University of Arkansas - Northeast Research and Extension Center; D. O. Stephenson, LSU AgCenter
2:45 PM
Effect of Planting Date, Variety, and Defoliation Program on Yield and Fiber Quality
Darrin Dodds, Mississippi State University; C.H. Koger, Mississippi State University; R. A. Haygood, Dow AgroSciences; Joel Faircloth, Dow Agrosciences; M. Jones, Clemson University; Chris L. Main, University of Tennessee; C. Dale Monks, Auburn University
3:00 PM
Cotton Variety Testing: Small Plots Versus Field Scale Plots
Christopher L. Main, University of Tennessee; Alexander M. Stewart, Louisiana State University
4:00 PM
4:15 PM
Identification Of The Last Effective Boll Population For Basing End Of Season Management Decisions
Dan D. Fromme, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; J. Tom Cothren, Texas AgriLife Research; Carlos J. Fernandez, Texas AgriLife Research
4:45 PM
Sod Based Rotation Impacts on Cotton Growth and Yield
D.L. Wright, University of Florida, NFREC; J. J. Marois, University of Florida; Duli Zhao, University of Florida; Cheryl Mackowiak, University of Florida
5:00 PM
Evaluation of Stubble Management and Cotton Varieties in a Wheat/Cotton Double Crop System
Robert E. Ferguson, LSU AgCenter; a. M. Stewart, LSU AgCenter; B. M. Guillory, LSU AgCenter; B. W. Woolam, LSU AgCenter