Results of 1961 regional cotton variety tests by cooperating agricultural experiment stations

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U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service , [Beltsville, Md.]
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Statementprepared in Cotton and Cordage Fibers Research Branch, Crops Research Division
SeriesARS 34 -- 43, ARS 34 -- 43.
ContributionsUnited States. Cotton and Cordage Fibers Research Branch
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL25577277M
OCLC/WorldCa847517811

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Progress 10/01/04 to 09/01/09 Outputs OUTPUTS: Varietal adaptation research identified several new cotton varieties that are broadly adapted to West Tennessee.

The testing program included 6 Official Variety Trials (OVTs) and 13 County Standard Tests of cotton. The OVTs were planted at six locations in West Tennessee between 23 April and 5 Junewith four replications in each test.

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This is the Cotton Variety Trials section of the Arizona Crop Information Site of the University of Arizona. You will find variety trial results, including yields and fiber characteristics, and variety trial entry forms. Regional Cotton Variety Test were made by the Agricultural Marketing Service, United States Department of Agriculture, Cotton Testing Section at Clemson, SC.

Classer's grade and staple, yarn tenacity of and tex (50's and 80's cotton count) yarns, appearance index, imperfections per 1, yards, and waste percentages are reported.

of the Directors of the Southern Agricultural Experiment Stations. Under the procedure of coooperative publications, it becomes in effect, a separate publication for each of the cooperating stations listed.

_____ Reports of all Southern Region Agricultural Experiment Stations. Administrative manual for research facilities at state agricultural experiment stations (PL ).

() Cotton testing service: tests available, equipment and techniques, and basis for interpreting results. Professional workers in state agricultural experiment stations and other cooperating state institutions ( ed.). (, National Cotton Variety Test Crop Genetics Research Unit P O Box Stoneville, MS () () (fax) Any time you see the cotton boll photograph as shown here, you may click on it to return to the top of the document.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. REGIONAL COTTON VARIETY TESTS by UNITED STTES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

Publication date MARCH Topics UNITED STTES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Digitalpublicationdate Identifier. conduct variety tests and report the results b. write manuscript correlating regional high quality tests with textile tests c. evaluate new instruments on seed coat fragments a.

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continue evaluating causes of cultivar X environment interactions c. evaluate cultivars with new instruments a. Tennessee Cotton Variety Trial Results Tyson B. Raper, Cotton and Small Grains Specialist Department of Plant Sciences Contributing Authors Ryan H. Blair - Extension Area Specialist - UT Extension Dalton McCurley - Research Specialist - Department of Plant Sciences Cheyenne Williams - Research Specialist - Department of Plant Sciences Freeman Brown - Extension Assistant - UT.

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All forage tests were conducted on state experiment stations in Weather-measuring instruments are often not available at the exact test sites. Consequently, climatological data are presented from stations nearest a given test and are listed in the appendix.

In most cases reporting stations are relatively close to the tests (within one mile). Variety Trials Acala Variety Trial - Seed Cotton Yield.

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FOV Race 4 Field Screening - Commercially Available. The official cotton variety testing program (OVT) evaluates the performance of commercial and experimental cotton varieties.

Archived Cotton Variety and On-Farm Results can be accessed from: work, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia State University, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture cooperating. Edwin J. The NC Cotton Variety Performance Calculator is designed to assist producers with evaluating cotton variety performance, based on a range of selection criteria.

This online calculator includes multi-year and multi-environment replicated data from the NCSU Official Variety Trials and the NC On-Farm Cotton Variety Evaluation Programs. Together, they offer producers a complete. Tillman County – Tipton Furrow Irrigated CRSP results. Tillman County – Tipton Mesonet Weather Data Files (May-October ) Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station Cotton Official Variety Tests.

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Benson, J.M. Hornbeck, C.D. Capps Jr.; Title pages and table of contents (5 pages)Text of report (40 pages) Field Evaluation of Herbicides on Small Fruit, Vegetable, and Ornamental Crops. The Cotton and Wool Yearbook contains U.S. cotton and wool production, supply, use, trade, and price statistics.

The tables also include domestic and world price series and indexes; State cotton acreage, yield, and production data; and conversions of U.S.

textile imports and exports. The University of Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station par-ticipates in the Regional Cotton Variety testing program by including national and regional standard entries at each location. Two or more stan-dards generate little local interest, since they are not adapted to this area.

State variety test results reported here are from tests. COTTON VARIETY TEST ARKANSAS AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION Division of Agriculture University of Arkansas System March Research Series F.M.

Bourland, B.S. Brown, J.M. Hornbeck, R.C. Doherty, and W.C. Robertson. Bythere were 1, experimental plots covering fruits, vegetables, and some agronomic crops. However, by agriculture changed in the region. Fruits and vegetables lost their place as other major agricultural enterprises such as forestry, agronomic crop.

Department of Agriculture cooperating. Edwin J. Jones, Director, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg; J ewel E. Hairston, Administ rator, Extension Program, Virginia State, Petersburg. COTTON VARIETY TESTING AND ON-FARM RESULTS.

Coordinators of Virginia Cotton Official Variety Testing in Small grain variety trials are conducted annually by scientists of the LSU AgCenter Agricultural Experment Station. Suggested Guidelines for Plant Growth Regulator Use on Louisiana Cotton.

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