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2020 Cotton Information

By: Keith Edmisten, Guy Collins, Alan York, David Hardy, Dominic Reisig, Gary Bullen, Lindsey Thiessen, Rachel Vann, Charlie Cahoon, Bill Foote, Derek Washburn

2020 Cotton Information is meant to help growers plan for the coming year and make management decisions based on the unique opportunities and challenges the year might bring.

Weed Management in Cotton

By: Alan York, Charlie Cahoon

This publication, chapter 10 of the 2020 Cotton Information handbook, covers weed management practices for cotton production.

Managing Weeds

By: Matthew Vann, Matt Inman, Charlie Cahoon, Loren Fisher, Scott Whitley

This publication, chapter 6 of the 2020 Flue-Cured Tobacco Information handbook, provides information on a weed management program for tobacco production.

Challenges with Herbicide Resistance and Value of Cultural Practices in Managing Weeds: Examples from Research in North Carolina

By: Ramon Leon, David Jordan, Katie Jennings, David Monks, Matthew Vann, Loren Fisher, Wesley Everman, Charlie Cahoon, Matt Inman, Chris Reberg-Horton, Rachel Vann, Denis Mahoney, Drew Hare, Alan York

A few weed species in North Carolina have become pervasive across the state and are frequently found in different crops. They form dense populations and reduce yields, making production more challenging. This publication discusses herbicide-resistant biotypes in agronomic and vegetable crops in North Carolina and reviews herbicide resistance management recommendations.

Sprayer Calibration

By: Alan York, Charlie Cahoon

This publication, chapter 14 of the 2020 Cotton Information handbook, provides information on sprayer calibration for applying chemicals in cotton production.

Managing Cereal Rye for Benefits in Cotton and Soybeans

By: Rachel Vann, Charlie Cahoon, Guy Collins

This publication discusses the use of cereal rye as a cover crop in soybeans in cotton to determine the effects on weed suppression and soil moisture retention in relation to yields.