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The GA Cotton Insect Advisor is an expert system for determining Extension-prescribed insecticide treatments for management of stink bug pests in Georgia and the Southeast.
Spread of a new race of the seed and soil-borne fungus that causes Fusarium Wilt poses a strategic threat to U. S. cotton. The bulletin describes how to identify the disease and recommends means to contain its local and long-range spread.
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.
The Insect Control in Field Crops Manual, from Virginia Tech, includes a section dedicated to cotton.
This document provides information on insecticide classes, cotton insecticide performance, safety considerations and honey bee toxicity.
The University of Georgia updates its cotton insect control recommendations annually. This 2020 commercial edition for cotton provides data for the types and amounts of insecticide for each different insect, and rates the efficacy for different insecticide/pest combinations.
This document contains insecticide performance ratings as well as control recommendations for Arkansas cotton pests.
The Pest Management Handbook is a set of recommendations developed by Clemson University Extension pest management specialists and university researchers for South Carolina growers. It covers a variety of crops, including cotton.
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.
This is the plant growth regulators section of the North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual. In it, you’ll find chemical application amounts and commentaries, as well as a specific guide for the use of defoliants.