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Title: Considering raingrown this summer?
Authors: Redfern, Ruth
Keywords: Cotton
Summer
Technology
Rain
Research
Cotton industry
Farmers| Heat stress
Spacing
Crop residues
Tillage
Seed dressing
Weeds
Issue Date: 17-Aug-2015
Abstract: Growers with cotton in their rotations achieve higher returns over the rotation cycle, compared with growers with solely grainbased rotations. And improvements in variety characteristics, performance and technology traits over recent years have simplified the process of growing raingrown cotton making it a safer, more reliable and consistent performer
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1/3493
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