Harvest Aid Management

April 2021 | 29 min., 06 sec.
by Seth Byrd
Oklahoma State University

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Summary

​This presentation focuses on the scheduling of harvest aid applications based on timing the applications at various nodes above the uppermost first position cracked boll (NACB) levels. The relationship between NACB and total percent open is also covered, and late-season management issues faced during 2020 are reviewed.​

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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