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Updated cotton test results posted

Dr. Jason E. Woodward, Texas AgriLife Extension Plant Pathologist, and Dr. Terry Wheeler, Research Plant Pathologist for Texas AgriLife Research at Lubbock, have posted updated 2010 cotton disease management recommendations and 2009 variety performance results on the Lubbock Texas AgriLife Extension Center website.

All of the new publications can be accessed from links on the Lubbock Center website at: http://lubbock.tamu.edu.

Documents included in the new postings are: "Diagnosis and Management of Vascular Wilts in Cotton" (PDF); "Integrated Management of Verticillium Wilt in Cotton" (PDF); "2009 Root-knot Nematode Variety Trial Results" (PDF); "2009 Fusarium Wilt Variety Performance Results" (PDF); "Texas High Plains Verticillium Wilt Trail Results, 2009" (PDF); and, "2010 Cotton Bacterial Blight Recommendations" (PDF).

In addition Texas AgriLife Extension Service Cotton Specialist Dr. Randy Boman and Texas AgriLife Research Cotton Breeder Dr. Jane Dever have completed 2009 project reports detailing the results of the highly popular "Systems Agronomic and Economic Evaluation of Cotton Varieties in the Texas High Plains" and 2009 Cotton Variety Performance Tests.

All of the reports noted above are published in portable document format (PDF) and can be downloaded from the Lubbock Texas AgriLife Extension website.

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