Short-Season Cotton Production in the Bootheel of Missouri

David Harris


Short-season cotton in Southeast Missouri has almost been a way of life for some time now, but technical advances, newer varieties, better planting and harvesting equipment, and newer chemicals may very well change the way we approach cotton production in the future.

With further research and technical advances, we should be pushing past some of the barriers that have kept systems, such as, double-crop cotton from being profitable. And also help keep Missouri in the cotton business.

Reprinted from Proceedings of the 1987 Beltwide Cotton Production Conference pp. 78 - 79
©National Cotton Council, Memphis TN

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