|Campbell, Benjamin - Todd|
|Boykin, Deborah - Debbie|
|Meredith Jr, William|
Submitted to: International Cotton Genome Initiative Workshop
Publication Type: Proceedings
Publication Acceptance Date: 10/15/2014
Publication Date: 10/16/2014
Citation: Campbell, B.T., Boykin, D.L., Abdo, Z., Meredith Jr, W.R. 2014. United States cotton yield productivity since 1980—Where have we come and where are we going? In: Proceedings of the International Cotton Genome Initiative Workshop, September 25-28, 2014, Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. CDROM.
Technical Abstract: This study examines trends in United States upland cotton yield productivity since 1980. The overall objective of the study was to document changes in productivity over this time period with a special emphasis to measure and examine changes in genetic gain. To meet this objective, on-farm and replicated variety trial yield datasets were analyzed and interpreted. Clearly, these analyses suggest that yield productivity and genetic gain have occurred since 1980. Trends and factors will be discussed that are associated with increased yield over this time period.