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The smartphone application Canopeo can be used as a non-destructive way to objectively assess treatment effects on cotton seedling health in small-plot research trials. Shown are images analyzed using Canopeo showing

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Arthropod Management
The Use of Canopeo for Seedling Cotton Health Ratings in Small Plot Research
Scott H. Graham, Xiaojaun Zhu, Heather Kelly, Scott D. Stewart
Pages: 231-238

The smartphone application Canopeo can be used as a non-destructive way to objectively assess treatment effects on cotton seedling health in small-plot research trials. Shown are images analyzed using Canopeo showing "poor" (A), "moderate" (B), and "good" (C) cotton seedling vigor.

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Agronomy and Soils
Effect of Foliar Applied Nitrogen to Cotton with Artificial Terminal and Node Removal
Michael T. Plumblee, Darrin M. Dodds, L. Jason Krutz, Angus L. Catchot, J. Trenton Irby, and Johnie N. Jenkins
Pages: 225-230

Breeding and Genetics
Jacob Osborne Ware, an Early Cotton Breeding Giant
Freddie M. Bourland
Pages: 239-245

Breeding and Genetics
Cotton Improvement Conference 1948-2018 and Cotton Genetics Research Award 1961-2018
Jack C. McCarty; Jr.
Pages: 246-252

Molecular Biology and Physiology
Comparison of Growth, Yield, and Fiber Quality of the Obsolete SA30 Yellow Leaf with Four Sets of Modern Yellow and Green Leaf Near Isogenic Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) Lines
Rickie B. Turley, Salliana R. Stetina, Nacer Bellaloui, and William Molin
Pages: 253-261

Weed Science
LibertyLink®, WideStrike® and XtendFlex® Tolerance to Late Postemergence Applications of Glufosinate and S-Metolachlor
Tyson B. Raper, Shawn A. Butler, Savana Denton, Lawrence E. Steckel, and Robert M. Hayes
Pages: 262-269