High yields – what to expect at first flower

01 December, 2017

Most cotton crops are now firmly established and are developing slowly towards squaring and into flowering. Some of the early planted crops in Central Queensland are well into flowering and approaching cut out. As a critical milestone in the development of the cotton plant, growers and consultants should now be turning their attention to how the crop should look at first flower.


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