Annual Publication 110-2
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The UGA Cotton Variety Performance Evaluation Program was a huge success in 2011, with 15 individual trials throughout Georgia’s cotton belt. This approach illustrates how variety performance can change across a range of environments, which provides information on how to place varieties in environments where they will likely be competitive. This publication contains information about the results of the 2011 UGA cotton variety performance evaluation program.

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Published on Nov 20, 2013

Guy D Collins Crop & Soil Sciences Jared Whitaker Assistant Professor & Extension Cotton Agronomist, Crop & Soil Sciences
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