NC State University|Crop Science|College of Agriculture and Life Science|NC Cooperative Extension
Keith Edmisten, Cotton Extension Specialist
Department of Crop Science
North Carolina State University

This is a case study to look at a replanting situation and Avicta and Temik treatments on early planted cotton. This case study is described at: http://www.cotton.ncsu.edu/ccn/2006/june6a.html. We plan to follow this field through the year.

Below are pictures of the replanted area of the field and the non-replanted area of the field taken on June 11th and 19th , 2006 by cotton consultant Mary Wilks.

replanted area of the field on June 11th

replanted area of the field on June 19th

Replanted area of the field on the left, non-replanted area of the field on the right, on June 11th.

Notice that the replanted area is in the cotyledon stage on June 11th and the 2 leaf stage on June 19th. Mary said that the replanted area ranged from 2 to 3 leaves and was received Acephate at 8 oz/acre plus Roundup on June 20th.

Replanted area of the field on the left, non-replanted area of the field on the right, on June 19th.

Below are some pictures taken of the Avicta and Temik treated parts of the non-replanted areas.

Avicta treated area of the field  on the left,Temik treated area on the right on June 19th

Temik treated area of the field on left, Avicta treated area on the right, June 19th.

2006 - Carolina Cotton Notes

NCSU Cotton Team


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