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  1. Vol. 56 No. 3, p. 281-282
     
    Received: Nov 4, 1963
    Published: May, 1964


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doi:10.2134/agronj1964.00021962005600030009x

Effect of the Amount of Water Applied as a Single Irrigation on Cotton Grown Under Dryland Conditions1

  1. A. Marani and
  2. Y. Fuchs2

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The optimum amount of water, applied as a single irrigation to cotton ‘Pima 32’ variety at the beginning of flowering, was that needed to wet the soil to a depth of approximately 90 cm. A higher amount of water, though inducing more vegetative growth and flowering, did not produce lint yield, boll size, or number of harvested bolls exceeding this optimum treatment. An amount of water less than the optimum was less effective.

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