​​Harvest Aid Management

March 2020 | 32 min., 24 sec.
by Seth Byrd
Oklahoma State University

Audio IconSummary Webcast IconStudy Guide IconSlide Deck Icon​​​

​​
​​​

Summary

​This presentation will cover the categories of harvest aids, their roles, and what parameters impact the selection and use rates of the various harvest aid products. The results of applying harvest aids at various crop conditions or maturity levels will be shown, including impacts on boll opening success and fiber quality.

About the Presenter

Seth ByrdSeth Byrd is the extension cotton specialist for Oklahoma State University. He received a bachelor’s degree in agronomy from North Carolina State University, a master’s degree in agronomy from the University of Florida, and a PhD in crop and soil science with a focus on cotton agronomics from the University of Georgia.

Contact Information:
Email: seth.byrd@okstate.edu

 Sponsorship

In 2020, Grow webcasts had more than 110,000 views. Help support our mission to provide comprehensive high-quality, science-based resources to and for plant health researchers and practitioners at no cost.

PDMR submission guidelines and schedule information are available online.

LEARN MORE

Plant Health Progress is a peer-reviewed multidiciplinary, online journal of applied plant health.

LEARN MORE