Cotton and Sorghum Rotation Under Deficit Furrow Irrigation

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Year Published: 2003
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Author: Howell, T.A. ; Baumardt, R.L. ; Evett, S.R. ; Tolk, J.A.
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Cotton and sorghum were grown in rotation in 2001 and 2002 at Bushland, TX on a Pullman clay loam soil under furrow irrigation. Cotton yields were not different in the rotation compared with continuous sorghum and cotton. Sorghum yield was increased 11% by the rotation following cotton. Additional research in seasons with differing climatic patterns will be required before absolute conclusions are developed. The 2002 results definitely indicated an advantage for a rotation of sorghum with cotton. Future research will examine the crop rotation with limited irrigation of sorghum following irrigated cotton.

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Number: 032134
Journal: American Society of Agricultural Engineers. Meeting. Paper
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ISSN: 01499890
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crop yield, clay loam soils, irrigated farming, croppingsequence, semiarid zones, grain yield, furrow irrigation, crop rotation,cotton, Gossypium hirsutum, deficit irrigation, grain sorghum, Sorghumbicolor, Texas

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