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Issue 1 Table of Contents

Labor-intensive cotton production in China uses plastic mulch, which increases soil temperature and allows earlier planting.<br />

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Agronomy and Soils
Evaluation of a Production System in China that Uses Reduced Plant Densities and Retention of Vegetation Branches
Hezhong Dong, Zhenhuai Li, Wei Tang, and Dongmei Zhang
Pages: 01-09

Labor-intensive cotton production in China uses plastic mulch, which increases soil temperature and allows earlier planting.

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Agronomy and Soils
Evaluation of Strip Tillage on Weed Control, Plant Morphology, and Yield of Glyphosate-Resistant Cotton
Pawel J. Wiatrak, David L. Wright, and Jim J. Marois
Pages: 10-14

Engineering and Ginning
The Effect of Harvesting Procedures on Fiber and Yarn Quality of Ultra-Narrow-Row Cotton
David D. McAlister III and Clarence D. Rogers
Pages: 15-23

Engineering and Ginning
Microbial Activity of Stored Cotton Bales with Ambient and Moderate Moisture Levels
David T.W. Chun, David D. McAlister, and Dean R. Cobb
Pages: 24-29

Engineering and Ginning
New Lint Cleaner to Reduce Fiber Waste
W. Stanley Anthony
Pages: 30-40

Plant Pathology and Nematology
Relative Host Status of Selected Weeds and Crops for <em>Meloidogyne incognita</em> and <em>Rotylenchulus reniformis</em>
Richard F. Davis and Theodore M. Webster
Pages: 41-46

Textile Technology
The Ultraviolet Protection Factor of Naturally-pigmented Cotton
Gwendolyn Hustvedt and Patricia Cox Crews
Pages: 47-55

Textile Technology
Cotton Fiber Chemical Differences and Their Effect on Friction Behavior: A Comparison of Two Crop Years in the ATMI/ARS Leading Cultivars Study
Gary R. Gamble
Pages: 56-64