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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT OF CONSERVATION-TILL COTTON IN TERMINATED-WHEAT)

Author
item Bronson, K
item Keeling, J
item Boman, R
item Booker, J
item Torbert, Henry - Allen

Submitted to: Texas A&M Research and Extension Center Progress Report
Publication Type: Experiment Station
Publication Acceptance Date: 7/15/2001
Publication Date: 7/15/2001
Citation: Bronson, K.F., Keeling, J.W., Boman, R.K., Booker, J.D., Torbert, H.A. Nutrient management of conservation-till cotton in terminated-wheat. TAES Mimeograph. 2000.

Interpretive Summary:

Technical Abstract: More than 10 million hectares of cotton, half of which are irrigated, are grown in the Southern High Plains of Texas. Using conservation tillage systems with cotton following wheat has been shown to improve water use-efficiency as well as reduce wind erosion. This manuscript describes some of the nutrient management needs for Cotton grown in this systems. Research indicates that about 30 lb/ac of additional N is needed at planting when using conservation tillage systems compared to conventional tillage systems.

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