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2013 Southern Cotton Farm Survey study region and precision farming users by county. Precision farming users were defined if they responded to the survey and indicated using one or more of the following: precision farming in general, information gathering (IG), global positioning system-guidance (GPSG), variable rate application (VRA), or automatic section control technologies (ASC).

FEATURED ARTICLE


Economics and Marketing
Precision Farming Adoption Trends in the Southern U.S.
Xia “Vivian” Zhou, Burton C. English, James A. Larson, Dayton M. Lambert, Roland K. Roberts, Christopher N. Boyer, Margarita Velandia, Lawrence L. Falconer, and Steve W. Martin
Pages: 143-155

2013 Southern Cotton Farm Survey study region and precision farming users by county. Precision farming users were defined if they responded to the survey and indicated using one or more of the following: precision farming in general, information gathering (IG), global positioning system-guidance (GPSG), variable rate application (VRA), or automatic section control technologies (ASC).

 Issue Editors
Agronomy and Soils
Evaluation of Planting Date, Variety, and PRE Herbicide on Thrips Infestations, Cotton Growth and Development, and Lint Yield
J. Drake Copeland, Darrin M. Dodds, Angus L. Catchot, Jeff Gore, and David G. Wilson Jr.
Pages: 94-103

Agronomy and Soils
Evaluation of Wheat Stubble Management and Seeding Rates for Cotton Grown Following Wheat Production
Darrin M. Dodds, Tyler H. Dixon, Angus L. Catchot, Bobby R. Golden, Erick Larson, Jac J. Varco, and Chase A. Samples
Pages: 104-112

Agronomy and Soils
Effect of Nitrogen Application Rates on Yield and Quality in Irrigated and Rainfed Cotton
Ruixiu Sui, Richard K. Byler, and Christopher D. Delhom
Pages: 113-121

Arthropod Management
Effect of Leaf Pubescence on Tarnished Plant Bug (Hemiptera: Miridae) Ability to Cause Damage and Yield Loss in Cotton
Wilks Wood, Jeff Gore, Angus Catchot, Don Cook, Darrin Dodds, and L. Jason Krutz
Pages: 122-127

Arthropod Management
Microbial Degradation of Neonicotinoid Insecticides in the Soil and Potential Implication on Thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) Control in Cotton
Cory J. Vineyard, and Scott Stewart
Pages: 128-133

Economics and Marketing
Tennessee and Mississippi Upland Cotton Producer Willingness to Participate in Hypothetical Crop Insurance Programs
Christopher N. Boyer, Kimberly L. Jensen, Dayton Lambert, Elizabeth McLeod, and James A. Larson
Pages: 134-142

Engineering and Ginning
COTTON GINNING HANDBOOK
Energy Utilization and Conservation in Cotton Gins
Paul A. Funk, and Robert G. Hardin IV
Pages: 156-166

Engineering and Ginning
Improving Cotton Warehousing Efficiencies through Novel Bale Marketing Strategies: Aisle-Stacking and Block-Stacking
Lauren Hazelrigs, William B. Faulkner, Ronald E. Lacey, John Robinson, and Calvin B. Parnell, Jr.
Pages: 167-174

Weed Science
Assessing the Potential for Fluridone to Reduce the Number of Postemergence Herbicide Applications in Glyphosate-Resistant Cotton
Zachary T. Hill, Jason K. Norsworthy, L. Tom Barber, and Edward Gbur
Pages: 175-182