H.B Tisdale & J.T Williamson

During the cotton marketing season of 1930, a greatly increased interest in quality of cotton has been developed by farmers due to the dockage assessed against cotton with a staple below 7/8 inch in length. This stimulated interest has caused numerous inquiries for information relating to desirable varieties as
shown y tests conducted in the state by the Alabama Experiment Station. Since a full report on varieties tested in 1930 will not be available before January, it has been decided to present a complete review of the tests conducted from 1925 through 1929 These results are summarized in table form on the second page
of this report.