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Issue 2 Table of Contents

Dead seedlings and a wilted cotton plant infected with <em>Fusarium oxysporum</em> f. sp. <em>vasinfectum</em> race 4. Based on a recent survey, this strain is apparently limited to California in the U.S. but is a concern to the entire Cotton Belt because it is transmitted through seed.

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Plant Pathology and Nematology
Survey of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum in the United States
Amanda N. Cianchetta, Tom W. Allen, Robert B. Hutmacher, Robert C. Kemerait, Terrence L. Kirkpatrick, Gary W. Lawrence, Kathy S. Lawrence, John D. Mueller, Robert L. Nichols, Mary W. Olsen, Charles Overstreet, Jason E. Woodward, and R. M. Davis
Pages: 328-336

Dead seedlings and a wilted cotton plant infected with Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum race 4. Based on a recent survey, this strain is apparently limited to California in the U.S. but is a concern to the entire Cotton Belt because it is transmitted through seed.

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Agronomy and Soils
REVIEW
Advances in Cotton Harvesting Technology: a Review and Implications for the John Deere Round Baler Cotton Picker
John McL. Bennett, Nathan P. Woodhouse, Thomas Keller, Troy A. Jensen, and Diogenes L. Antille
Pages: 225-249

Agronomy and Soils
Vertical Blocking in Cotton Cultivar Performance Trials in North Carolina
Daryl T. Bowman, and Vasu Kuraparthy
Pages: 250-257

Agronomy and Soils
Defoliant Effects on Cover Crop Germination, Cover Crop Growth, and subsequent Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) Development
William Foote, Keith Edmisten, Randy Wells, and David Jordan
Pages: 258-267

Breeding and Genetics
Salinity Responses of Selected Introgressed Cotton Lines Grown in Two Soils from Organic and Conventional Cotton Production
Brian Barrick, Robert Steiner, Geno Picchioni, April Ulery, and Jinfa Zhang
Pages: 268-278

Breeding and Genetics
Cotton Half-Seed Selection Strategy for Gossypol and Its Plus Isomer
Jodi A. Scheffler, Michael K. Dowd, Gabriela B. Romano, and Scott M. Pelitire
Pages: 279-289

Breeding and Genetics
Growth Responses of an Interspecific Cotton Breeding Line and Its Parents to Controlled Drought Using an Automated Irrigation System
Youping Sun, Genhua Niu, and Jinfa Zhang
Pages: 290-297

Economics and Marketing
Evaluating Cotton Utilization in Nonwoven Textiles
Kishor Prasad Luitel, Darren Hudson, and Dean Ethridge
Pages: 298-306

Engineering and Ginning
Assessing a Pneumatic Fractionator as a Lint Cleaning Device
Carlos B. Armijo, Derek P. Whitelock, and Sidney E. Hughs
Pages: 307-318

Molecular Biology and Physiology
Twin-Row Production of Cotton Genotypes Varying in Leaf Shape
William T. Pettigrew
Pages: 319-327

Plant Pathology and Nematology
Survey of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum in the United States
Amanda N. Cianchetta, Tom W. Allen, Robert B. Hutmacher, Robert C. Kemerait, Terrence L. Kirkpatrick, Gary W. Lawrence, Kathy S. Lawrence, John D. Mueller, Robert L. Nichols, Mary W. Olsen, Charles Overstreet, Jason E. Woodward, and R. M. Davis
Pages: 328-336

Weed Science
Sequential and Co-Application of Glyphosate and Glufosinate in Cotton
Charles W. Cahoon, Alan C. York, David L. Jordan, Richard W. Seagroves, Wesley J. Everman, and Katie M. Jennings
Pages: 337-350