Cotton: A College of Agriculture Report for 2000

Editor: Jeff Silvertooth

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These are challenging times for agriculture and cotton production in Arizona. The survival of many farms in this region will depend to some extent on how well farmers and farm managers adapt to the current conditions and anticipate what is ahead. The development and application of new technologies may be very important to this adaptation and survival process. Also, the use and application of existing technologies may be important as well. It is the objective of the University of Arizona College of Agriculture to participate in and contribute to the profitable development and implementation of technology in production agricultural systems. The 2000 Cotton Report is intended to serve as documentation of research results, primarily from the 1999 season, that can be utilized for the enhancement of the cotton industry in Arizona.

Gene Sander
Vice Provost and Dean
College of Agriculture

This is a part of
publication AZ1170: "Cotton: A College of Agriculture Report," 2000, College of Agriculture, the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 85721. Any products, services, or organizations that are mentioned, shown, or indirectly implied in this publication do not imply endorsement by the University of Arizona. The University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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