On-farm trials conducted through Auburn University and Alabama Cooperative Extension aim to provide producers with un-biased, relevant information of top cotton varieties being marketed in Alabama across companies. Trials will be designed to identify the most stable performing varieties across a wide range of environmental and management conditions. This will enable growers to make informed seed buying decisions to increase their productivity and profits.
AcknowledgementsThis publication is a compilation of research conducted by Auburn University, the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, and the USDA Agricultural Research Service and National Soil Dynamics Laboratory. Research contained in the AU crops research reports was partially funded through the Alabama Cotton Commission, the Alabama Wheat and Feed Grains Producers, the Alabama Soybean Producers, and private industry grants. All funding is appreciated.
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