Comparison of Subsurface Drip and Furrow Irrigation of Cotton on Very Sandy Soil Under Fusarium-Nematode Pressure

OBJECTIVES: To compare drip and furrow irrigation by measuring
the emergence, plant growth characteristics, yield, rate of plant die-off, and water use of Acala cotton on very sandy soil with a great deal of pressure from nematodes and Fusarium wilt.

PROCEDURES: This experiment was started in the Spring of 1989 on a 0.4-ha plot of uniform loamy sand soil.

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