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Harvesting a successful cotton crop starts with selecting precise seed varieties to match your unique conditions. After that, it’s important to pay attention to management details, such as insect, disease and weed control, along with plant growth regulation and proper fertility, which can ensure your seed will reach its full yield and fiber-quality potential.
The cotton plant begins to develop its first squares 40 days before flowering initiation begins, which can be as early as the second true-leaf expansion. Hot weather during this time can induce four-bract square, while cool weather can delay square initiation. Stresses over the next 40 days can lead to a reduced lock number and decrease the potential seed number.
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