Location: Crop Genetics ResearchTitle: Evaluation of reniform nematode resistant commercially available cotton cultivars compared with USDA developed cotton breeding lines
|CONNER, ADAM - Mississippi State University|
|ALLEN, THOMAS - Mississippi State University|
|JIMENEZ MADRID, ALEJANDRA - Mississippi State University|
|TRIPATHI, SUBINA - Mississippi State University|
|TADLOCK, NICHOLUS - Mississippi State University|
|WILKERSON, TESSIE - Mississippi State University|
|Stetina, Salliana - Sally|
Submitted to: National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference
Publication Type: Proceedings
Publication Acceptance Date: 1/12/2023
Publication Date: 9/26/2023
Citation: Conner, A., Allen, T.W., Jimenez Madrid, A.M., Tripathi, S., Tadlock, N., Wilkerson, T., Stetina, S.R., Chastain, D.R., McCarty Jr, J.C. 2023. Evaluation of reniform nematode resistant commercially available cotton cultivars compared with USDA developed cotton breeding lines. National Cotton Council Beltwide Cotton Conference. 1:325-327.
Technical Abstract: Rotylenchulus reniformis, the reniform nematode, can be a severe yield reducer in fields where populations are greater than the economic threshold. Effects of this pest are observed throughout the cotton growing areas of the southern United States. Field trials were established in 2022 at the Delta Research and Extension Center in Stoneville, MS to determine the benefits of commercially available resistant cultivars and USDA developed cotton breeding lines in managing the reniform nematode.