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Title: Postgraduate: Rose Roche - Training in crop physiology - Funtional responses of cotton to environtment mediated via internal nitrogen dynamics
Authors: Roche, Rose
Keywords: Ultra-narrow row (UNR)
cotton conventionally spaced (1m)
trials in USA and Australia
ideal system
Issue Date: 30-Jun-2005
Publisher: Universityu of Queensland
Series/Report no.: ;CSP141C
Abstract: Ultra-narrow row (UNR) cotton, a production system with rows spaced less than 40cm apart, has been proposed as the ideal system for earlier maturity without substantial yield loss. However, trials in the USA and Australia have found yield and maturity benefits difficult to consistently achieve with UNR cotton production. This thesis aimed to improve the understanding of the differences in the growth and development of cotton conventionally spaced (1m) and UNR.
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