​​Harvest Aid Considerations in Texas Cotton

October 2015 | 18 min., 56 sec.
by Wayne Keeling
Texas A&M AgriLife Research


​Cotton producers make a continuing series of important management decisions to produce a crop. To carry the crop to a successful harvest, decisions on harvest aid chemicals and timing are critically important. This presentation is aimed to help consultants and cotton producers make the best decision for crop termination, with the awareness that changing weather and crop conditions make these decisions challenging. Good harvest aid decisions can help producers harvest the best possible crop yield and quality.

About the Presenter

Wayne KeelingWayne Keeling is the Project Leader for Systems/Agronomy/Weed Science with Texas A&M AgriLife Research at Lubbock. Dr. Keeling has conducted, along with cropping system and weed research trials, a wide range of cotton harvest and trials for almost 30 years. He obtained undergraduate and graduate degrees from Texas Tech University and served on the Beltwide Cotton Harvest Aid Working Group.​

Contact Information:
Email: wkeeling@ag.tamu.edu


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