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Cotton Harvest Aids

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Title: Cotton Harvest Aids
Author: Albers, David W.; Fishel, Fred; Mobley, Jill B.
Keywords: defoliation
harvest management
Date: 1994-03
Publisher: University of Missouri Extension
Abstract: Removing leaves and opening bolls with harvest aids are important components of a management plan for producing high-quality cotton fiber. When not properly managed, harvest aids may reduce yield and quality. By properly managing the time of defoliation, the crop can be prepared for a timely harvest, which is critical in Missouri's short season environment. The number of suitable hours for harvest operations decreases rapidly during the fall. With timely harvest, earlier stalk destruction can occur as an essential part of insect and disease management. The objective of this publication is to provide information on proper defoliation techniques and the available harvest aids on the market today.
Other Identifiers: G4253

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