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Weed Control in Ultra Narrow Row Cotton Possible Strategies Assuming a Worst Case Scenario

Charles E. Snipes


Weed control in cotton is changing dramatically due to recent developments in herbicide technology and biotechnology. Very soon it will be possible to control weeds in cotton with an over-the-top application of several types of herbicides. Along with these changes, comes innovation that was not possible without new developments. One of the more interesting concepts evaluated in 1995 was the use of ultra-narrow row spacings (8- to 12-inch rows) to produce cotton. This abstract will highlight some of the new weed control techniques that may be useful in an ultra-narrow row production system.

Reprinted from Proceedings of the 1996 Beltwide Cotton Conferences pp. 66 - 67
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