​PGRs Management in Short-Season Cotton

April 2021 | 19 min., 40 sec.
by Seth Byrd
Oklahoma State University

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​This presentation addresses considerations in utilizing plant growth regulators in the Great Plains. Results from harvest trials in this region are presented, illustrating cotton plants' growth responses to a variety of plant growth regulator application schedules. Other factors that influence the need for regulating plant growth are also discussed, including variety selection, nutrient management, and other agronomic inputs.​

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. (OSU photo by Todd Johnson)​

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


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