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Issue 3 Table of Contents

Hartstack traps baited with pheromones have been used to monitor populations of <em>Helicoverpa zea</em> (Boddie) and <em>Heliothis virescens</em> (F.) throughout the mid-South. In the Mississippi Delta, populations of both species have fluctuated annually over the last 20 years, but populations of both species have declined since 1997.  (Photo courtesy of USDA-ARS)

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Arthropod Management
Changes in Populations of <em>Heliothis virescens</em> (F.) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) and <em>Helicoverpa zea</em> (Boddie) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in the Mississippi Delta from 1986 to 2005 as Indicated by Adult Male Pheromone Traps
John J. Adamczyk Jr. and Don Hubbard
Pages: 155-160

Hartstack traps baited with pheromones have been used to monitor populations of Helicoverpa zea (Boddie) and Heliothis virescens (F.) throughout the mid-South. In the Mississippi Delta, populations of both species have fluctuated annually over the last 20 years, but populations of both species have declined since 1997. (Photo courtesy of USDA-ARS)

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Agronomy and Soils
Correlation of Defoliation Timing Methods to Optimize Cotton Yield, Quality, and Revenue
Jonathan D. Siebert and Alexander M. Stewart
Pages: 146-154

Arthropod Management
Evidence That Light Stink Bug Damage Does Not Influence Open End Yarn Processing Performance
Philip J. Bauer, David D. McAlister III, and Mitchell E. Roof
Pages: 161-167

Breeding and Genetics
A Comparison of Bollgard/Glyphosate Tolerant Cotton Cultivars to Their Conventional Parents for Open End Yarn Processing Performance
Philip J. Bauer, David D. McAlister III, James R. Frederick
Pages: 168-174

Breeding and Genetics
RESEARCH NOTE
Development of Random-mated Populations Using Bulked Pollen Methodology: Cotton as a Model
Osman A. Gutiérrez, Daryl T. Bowman, Clay B. Cole, Johnie N. Jenkins, Jack C. McCarty Jr., Jixiang Wu, and Clarence E. Watson Jr.
Pages: 175-179

Economics and Marketing
The Impacts of U.S. Cotton Programs on the World Market: An Analysis of Brazilian WTO Petition
Suwen Pan, Samarendu Mohanty, Don Ethridge, and Mohamadou Fadiga
Pages: 180-192

Economics and Marketing
Economic Evaluation of Soil and Foliar Applied Nitrogen Fertilization Programs for Cotton Production
Roland K. Roberts, Michael M. Kenty, James M. Thomas, and Donald D. Howard
Pages: 193-200

Engineering and Ginning
Microbial Census and Evidence for a Direct Temporal Effect of Bale Moisture with Color Grade during Six Months of Storage
David T.W. Chun, David D. McAlister III, Sidney E. Hughs, and Dean R. Cobb
Pages: 201-209

Engineering and Ginning
Calibration and Use of the UGA EASY Evaporation Pan for Low Frequency Sprinkler Irrigation of Cotton in a Clay Soil
Steven J. Thomson, and Daniel K. Fisher
Pages: 210-223