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Bacterial blight, caused by <em>Xanthomonas campestris</em> pv. <em>malvacerarum</em>, can be a serious disease in Upland cotton.  Foliar symptoms include angular spots.  Many cotton cultivars released in the USA are moderately to fully susceptible.  Unless higher levels of resistance are incorporated into new cultivars, cotton remains vulnerable to bacterial blight.

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Breeding and Genetics
Bacterial Blight Reactions of Sixty-one Upland Cotton Cultivars
Melanie B. Bayles, and Laval M. Verhalen
Pages: 40-51

Bacterial blight, caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. malvacerarum, can be a serious disease in Upland cotton. Foliar symptoms include angular spots. Many cotton cultivars released in the USA are moderately to fully susceptible. Unless higher levels of resistance are incorporated into new cultivars, cotton remains vulnerable to bacterial blight.

 Issue Editors
Editorial Notes
Recognition of Andrew G. Jordan for His Contributions to the Journal of Cotton Science
Patrick D. Colyer
Pages: 01-01

Agronomy and Soils
Cotton Lint Yield and Quality As Affected by Applications of N, P, and K Fertilizers
Kefyalew Girma, Roger K. Teal, Kyle W. Freeman, Randal K. Boman, and William R. Raun
Pages: 12-19

Agronomy and Soils
Irrigated Cotton Response to Tillage Systems in the Tennessee Valley
Kipling S. Balkcom, Joey N. Shaw, D. Wayne Reeves, Charles H. Burmester, and Larry M. Curtis
Pages: 2-11

Agronomy and Soils
Field Evaluation of Nitrophenolate Plant Growth Regulator (Chaperone) for the Effect on Cotton Lint Yield
Josh B. Bynum, J. Tom Cothren, Robert G. Lemon, Dan D. Fromme, and Randal K. Boman
Pages: 20-25

Agronomy and Soils
Cotton Growth and Yield Response to Nitrogen Applied Through Fresh and Composted Poultry Litter
K.C. Reddy, R. K. Malik, S.S. Reddy, and E.Z. Nyakatawa
Pages: 26-34

Arthropod Management
Alternate Crop Hosts as Resistance Management Refuges for Tobacco Budworm, Heliothis virescens, (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in North Carolina
Mark R. Abney, Clyde E. Sorenson, and J.R. Bradley Jr.
Pages: 35-39

Breeding and Genetics
Bacterial Blight Reactions of Sixty-one Upland Cotton Cultivars
Melanie B. Bayles, and Laval M. Verhalen
Pages: 40-51

Engineering and Ginning
Weed Suppression Potential of Dry Applied Mulches Used in Bedding Plant Applications: Processed Cotton Gin By-products Versus Conventional Wood
Greg A. Holt, Michael D. Buser, R. Daren Harmel, Ken N. Potter, Mathew G. Pelletier, and Sara E. Duke
Pages: 52-59

Molecular Biology and Physiology
Towards Improved Cell Cycle Synchronization and Chromosome Preparation Methods in Cotton
Randal A. Halfmann, David M. Stelly, and David H. Young
Pages: 60-67

Textile Technology
Preliminary Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy Analysis of Cotton Trash
Angela Allen, Jonn Foulk, and Gary Gamble
Pages: 68-74