Changes in Resource Partitioning After 30 Years of Cotton Production

December 2020 | 5 min., 19 sec.
by Irish Lorraine B. Pabuayon
Texas Tech University

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​Understanding the mechanisms for efficient resource partitioning is key to improving cotton productivity. Having updated information on nutrient uptake and remobilization will help improve cotton yield and nutrient use efficiency, and applying optimized irrigation and fertilizer management strategies can reduce cotton production costs.

About the Presenter

​​​Irish Lorraine B. Pabuayon​​​​Irish Lorraine B. Pabuayon is pursuing her doctoral degree in plant and soil science with a track in crop science at Texas Tech University. She is involved in research projects that focus on crop physiology, irrigation management, and resource partitioning in modern cotton cultivars. Pabuayon obtained her bachelor's degree in chemistry at the U​niversity of the Philippines–Los Baños and then worked at the International Rice Research Institute in the Philippines from 2012 to 2016 as a soil chemist and crop researcher. She obtained her master's degree in plant and soil science with a track in crop science at Texas Tech University in 2018.

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