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12-168AZ  Project Manager: E. M. Barnes

DISSEMINATION OF WEATHER RELATED INFORMATION FOR ARIZONA COTTON PRODUCERS

Paul W. Brown, University of Arizona

Utilization of glandless cottonseed in the feed and food industry can significantly increase the net income for the cotton producer in New Mexico.  However, due to the inactivity in glandless cotton breeding in the U.S. since the 1990s, there is no high yielding glandless cotton germplasm available that can compete in the current market place. However, there were breeding activities for glandless cotton in a few other countries including China.

 

Project Year: 2012
 

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