Considerations for dryland cotton - part 2: row configuration and planting timing

28 September, 2018

Selecting the right planting row configuration is a critical factor when planning for dryland cotton. Depending on seasonal factors, it will impact on the final yield, fibre quality and the profitability of your crop.

This week’s Facts on Friday explores the interaction between relevant agronomic factors, how row configuration can be used as a risk management tool and how it can affect the gross margin.


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