Semi-irrigated cotton: is it an option for you?

07 September, 2018

Water use efficiency is an important aspect of Australian cotton production.

As a result, skip row irrigated cotton is often considered not only in limited water situations, but also more broadly, for a number of reasons.

This week’s Facts on Friday explores row configurations, irrigation schedules and other factors to consider when looking at semi-irrigated cotton.


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