|Mitchell, Charlie - AUBURN UNIVERSITY|
|Delaney, Dennis - AUBURN UNIVERSITY|
Submitted to: Extension Reports
Publication Type: Other
Publication Acceptance Date: January 15, 2005
Publication Date: January 15, 2005
Citation: Mitchell, C.C., Delaney, D.P., Balkcom, K.S. 2005. 2004 Yields: The Old Rotation (circa 1896) and Cullars Rotation (circa 1911). In: Lawrence, K.S., . Monks, C.D., and Delaney, D.P., editors. 2004 Cotton Research Report, Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, Research Report No. 26. p. 29-30. Technical Abstract: The two oldest, continuous field crop experiments in the South continue a trend toward higher yields. Since 1997, both experiments were converted to high-residue conservation tillage with annual subsoiling coupled with new technology and GMO (genetically modified organisms) cultivars. These recent changes in management have contributed to the highest recorded yields for all crops, over the life of the experiments.