Key Considerations for Cotton Crops
Cotton has a long frost-free period requirement and a high requirement for heat units, so it does well in climates that are temperate to sub-tropical. Though cotton doesn’t need a lot of water, it does require water at very specific stages. It grows well in a broad range of soils, as it is able to efficiently access water in fine-textured soils with high water holding capacity.
Cotton is very sensitive to pest pressures, especially early in the growing season and during fruiting.
Key for bud, root and boll development, and should be applied in split applications throughout the season.
A key nutrient for cotton crops, as it’s important for plant establishment, root development, early growth and fruit maturation.
Plays a key role in ensuring maximum yield and fiber quality, as well as water use efficiency and disease prevention.
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