Results of 1966 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 -- 96, ARS 34 -- 96.
ContributionsUnited States. Cotton and Cordage Fibers Research Branch
The Physical Object
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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).

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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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Cotton Varieties for Louisiana guidelines for cotton production practices associated with planting time and variety selection. University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences 3 Cotton Variety Testing Results Introduction Variety selection is one of the most important decisions a grower will make contributing to the success of a cotton crop.

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write manuscript correlating regional high quality tests with textile tests c. evaluate new instruments on seed coat fragments a. conduct variety tests and report the results b. continue evaluating causes of cultivar X environment interactions c. evaluate cultivars with new instruments a. Oklahoma A&M College and the experiment station were established in Stillwater.

Neal was the first experiment station director, and he hired A. Magruder as A&M's first teacher and researcher. Magruder began planting hundreds of varieties of fruit, nut, and shade trees, and initiating varietal tests on oats, corn, and spring wheat.

sites. 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.

Experimental lines are sponsored through the USDA-SEA-AR, state agricultural experiment stations and privately-owned companies. These lines are not available for farm use. 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 yield results are now available from the On-Farm Cotton Variety Evaluation Program!! This program was once again a huge success inthanks to the substantial support from the NC Cotton Producers Association, N.C.

Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, NC State University, our Seed Companies, and Cotton Incorporated.entries tested and that results reported here could be reproduced. Annual forage tests are conducted on private farms as well as state experiment stations whereas the perennial tests are usually on experiment stations.

Cooperators and locations for trials are listed in Table 1.