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Oil sorption behavior of fibrous substrates
Oil spills such as the Deepwater Horizon Gulf of Mexico incident of 2010 are a threat to the ecosystem. In addition to the pollution caused due to the oil, synthetic sorbents are a hazard to the environment. Synthetic ...
Optimal economic combination of irrigation technology and cotton varieties on the High Plains of Texas
Cotton is the leading agricultural crop in the Texas High Plains. Cotton producers have experienced steady to declining cotton prices coupled with increasing input costs resulting in tightening profit margins. Many new ...
Analysis of the impact of the round bale harvesting technology on optimal gin industry structure on the Texas Southern High Plains
A Ginning Industry Assessment was sent to active cotton gins in 16 counties on the Texas Southern High Plains in order to analyze the current structure and determine the optimal. There were 28 gins, out of 76, who returned ...
Relative contribution of insect and plant sugars to cotton fiber stickiness
(Texas Tech University, 2003-05)
Attitudinal variability among Southern High Plains cotton producers toward integrated crop/livestock systems
(Texas Tech University, 2003-12)
Ecology of arthropods in Texas High Plains cotton and development of sampling plans for selected cotton pests
(Texas Tech University, 2004-08)
Weed management in Roundup Ready Flex cotton
The Texas High Plains continues to plant a large number of hectares to Roundup Ready cotton varieties because effective control of a wide range of annual and perennial weeds is achieved with glyphosate. The current Roundup ...
Perennial weed management in glyphosate- and bromoxynil-tolerant cotton
(Texas Tech University, 2000-12)
Texas Southern High Plains cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) producers lose yield to weeds each year. Crop losses caused by weeds are a direct result of competition with weeds for light, water, and mineral nutrients, as well ...
Influence of plant spacing on arthropod population density and yield loss potential in cotton produced under different insecticide routines
(Texas Tech University, 1988-05)
Agronomic and economic analysis of guar (Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba L.) in comparison to drought tolerant crops adapted to the Texas High Plains
Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) has long been the most profitable crop on the Texas High Plains, but with depleting Ogallala Aquifer levels, water-efficient, alternative crops have never had a stronger presence. Proceeding ...