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<b>Development pathways for early Deltapine and Stoneville cotton varieties (Ware 1952b).</b><BR><em>Adapted from ‘History of Cotton Breeding and Genetics at the University of Arkansas’ in this issue.</em>

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Breeding and Genetics
History of Cotton Breeding and Genetics at the University of Arkansas
Freddie M. Bourland
Pages: 171-182

Development pathways for early Deltapine and Stoneville cotton varieties (Ware 1952b).
Adapted from ‘History of Cotton Breeding and Genetics at the University of Arkansas’ in this issue.

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Agronomy and Soils
Influence of Irrigation Pattern on Effectiveness of Furrow Irrigation of Cotton
Earl D. Vories and Andrea S. Jones
Pages: 153-161

Arthropod Management
Non-Destructive Detection of Diapause in the Western Tarnished Plant Bug, Lygus hesperus Knight (Hemiptera: Miridae)
Dale W. Spurgeon and J. Joe Hull
Pages: 162-170

Breeding and Genetics
NOTE
Does Overexpression of Tomato Fructokinase (LeFRK1) in Cotton Enhance Yield?
Thiya Mukherjee, Dennis C. Gitz III, Paxton Payton, Yoshinori Kanayama, David Granot, and A. Scott Holaday
Pages: 183-190

Breeding and Genetics
History and Progress in Cotton Breeding, Genetics, and Genomics in New Mexico
Jinfa Zhang
Pages: 191-210

Economics and Marketing
Influence of Cover Crop and Tillage Systems on Optimal Nitrogen Rate for Tennessee Cotton Considering Risk
Xavier Harmon, Christopher N. Boyer, Dayton Lambert, James A. Larson, and Don D. Tyler
Pages: 211-220