2014 Technical Seminar Papers: Enhancing the Mechanism of Input Interaction in Cotton Production

2014 Technical Seminar Papers: Enhancing the Mechanism of Input Interaction in Cotton Production

Date Posted: 16 Mar, 2015

The papers presented during the technical seminar session of the 73rd Plenary Meeting of the ICAC “Enhancing the Mechanism of Input Interaction in Cotton Production" are now available on free access at:

https://www.icac.org/cotton_info/publications/tech_seminar/pub_tech_seminar/tis2014.pdf

In this issue: 
- Role of Genetic and Genetic Engineering in Optimizing Input Use, by Dr. Mehboob-ur-Rahman, ICAC Researcher of the Year 2014, Pakistan
- Deficit Irrigation Effects on Growth, Water Status and Yield of Cotton Cultivated in Central Greece, by Dr. Vassilis Kotoulas, Andreas Karamanos, G. Economou and S. Aggelides, Greece
- Cotton Input Interactions: The Case of Chad, by Fauba Padacke, Chad
- High Input Cotton Production: Benefits and Consequences – The Case of Brazil, by Dr. Sebastião Barbosa and Gilvan Alves Ramos, Brazil
- Balancing Input Use: Mechanisms and Impact on Quality of Cotton, by Dr. Serunjogi Lastus Katende, Mrs. Jolly Sabune and Dr. Beatrice Akello, Uganda