Cultivar selection and seed quality have a lasting effect on the crop’s early-season vigor and on overall plant health and uniformity during The First 40 Days. The crop’s ultimate yield and fiber quality potential at harvest begin with variety selection and seed quality. Less vigorous cultivars are more susceptible to stresses caused by inadequate moisture, cool temperatures, thrips feeding, seedling diseases, nematodes, and other pests. In addition, varieties exhibit varying ...

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