Randy Norton,left, University of Arizona (UA) Extension cotton specialist, Safford, Ariz.; Art Heiden, H-4 Farms, Buckeye, Ariz.; and Judy Brown, UA plant sciences associate professor, Tucson, Ariz., at the Beltwide Cotton Conferences in Atlanta, Ga. Norton and Brown spoke during the Cotton Disease Council meeting.
A Veris 3100 soil mapping system rig is pulled through a field at H-4 Farms in Buckeye, Ariz. in a root knot nematode trial.
A soil texture map illustrates a field with more sand-based soil (green color) with a higher root knot nematode population compared to more clay-based soil (blue color) with fewer nematodes.
Western and Southwestern cotton folks at the Cotton Ginning Conference at Beltwide include from left: Paul Funk, USDA-ARS Cotton Ginning Research Laboratory, Mesilla Park, N.M.; Kirk Gilkey, Cross Creek Ginning, Corcoran, Calif. and president of the National Cotton Ginners’ Association; Russ Kuhnhenn, Paloma Gin Properties, Buckeye, Ariz.; Charley Owen, Glenbar Gin, Pima, Ariz.; and Dwayne Alford, Yuca Gin, Yuma, Ariz.
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