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Issue 3 Table of Contents

Cotton-based hydro-mulches are promising alternatives to conventional wood and paper-based hydro-mulches for erosion control and will provide a use for by-products generated by the cotton industry.

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Engineering and Ginning
Comparison of Cotton-based Hydro-mulches and Conventional Wood and Paper Hydro-mulches – Study 1
Greg Holt, Mike Buser, Daren Harmel, Ken Potter, and Mathew Pelletier
Pages: 121-127

Cotton-based hydro-mulches are promising alternatives to conventional wood and paper-based hydro-mulches for erosion control and will provide a use for by-products generated by the cotton industry.

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Economics and Marketing
Effect of Harvest Season Rainfall on Cotton Yield
D. W. Parvin, S. W. Martin, F. Cooke Jr., and B.B. Freeland Jr.
Pages: 115-120

Engineering and Ginning
Comparison of Cotton-based Hydro-mulches and Conventional Wood and Paper Hydro-mulches – Study 1
Greg Holt, Mike Buser, Daren Harmel, Ken Potter, and Mathew Pelletier
Pages: 121-127

Engineering and Ginning
Comparison of Cotton-based Hydro-mulches and Conventional Wood and Paper Hydro-mulches – Study 2
Greg Holt, Mike Buser, Daren Harmel, and Ken Potter
Pages: 128-134

Engineering and Ginning
Multipath Interference Mitigation for Cotton Bale Microwave Moisture Sensing
Matthew G. Pelletier
Pages: 135-144

Engineering and Ginning
The Effect of Modest Moisture Addition to Seed Cotton before the Gin Stand on Fiber Length
Richard K. Byler
Pages: 145-154

Engineering and Ginning
The Effects of Dryer Temperature and Moisture Addition on Ginning Energy and Cotton Properties
J. Clif Boykin
Pages: 155-165

Molecular Biology and Physiology
Isolation and Characterization of Genes Differentially Expressed in Fiber of <em>Gossypium barbadense</em> L.
Zhengdao Wu, Khairy M. Soliman, Allan Zipf, Sukumar Saha, Govind C. Sharma, and Johnie N. Jenkins
Pages: 166-174

Plant Pathology and Nematology
Resistance to Cotton Leaf Curl Virus (CLCuV) in a Mutant Cotton Line
Khalid Pervaiz Akhtar, M. Aslam, M. Ahsanul Haq, Farhat Fatima Jamil, Azeem Iqbal Khan, and M. Tanvir Elahi
Pages: 175-181