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The University of Missouri Extension Service developed this free irrigation phone app that uses the university’s network of electronic weather station around the state.
This publication from the University of Tennessee describes essential factors for effective irrigation decisions and describes the water balance method of keeping track of rainfall and irrigation. It also provides other supplemental irrigation resources.
This collection of tools from the University of Missouri is designed to help growers increase irrigation water use efficiency. The links include investment cost guides, water use estimators and information on pond design.
This guide provides a quick visual reference to help growers identify nutrient deficiencies, and then supplies links for more detailed information about those deficiencies.
This collection of resources from the University of Arkansas covers a variety of irrigation scheduling methods and tools and strategies for improving the efficiency of furrow irrigation systems.
This is two-page producer handout (a condensed version of the full FOV4 bulletin) describes how to identify the FOV4 disease and recommends ways to contain its local and long-range spread.
This publication provides various information for cotton, as well as other crops, about weed considerations for no-till and conventional till, plus burndown and residual weed control. It offers recommendations for various types of herbicides and provides expected weed responses.
This document provides information on insecticide classes, cotton insecticide performance, safety considerations and honey bee toxicity.
This document contains insecticide performance ratings as well as control recommendations for Arkansas cotton pests.
This publication provides a review of the research literature related to carbon sequestration under different cotton tillage systems. For conventional tillage systems, little soil carbon was stored; however, with no tillage 430 pounds of carbon per acre were stored, and with a cover crop, up to 600 pounds per acre. This information is useful for understanding […]
This publication illustrates how to place soil water sensors and interpret the data in order to improve cotton irrigation management and achieve both higher water use efficiency and higher yields.
The Louisiana State University Insect Control Guide is updated annually. This is the 2020 version for many crops, including cotton.