Micronaire Implications

14 March, 2014

The temperatures experienced this cotton season have been above average, creating a challenging environment for growing cotton crops. High temperatures during the boll filling period can lead the cotton plant to high carbohydrate production and as a consequence, higher than average micrionaire. There are other factors as well this season which will have significant impact on the final micronaire of the crop.


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