Irrigated and Dryland Sorghum Production in South and Southwest Texas
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After decades of research, the effects and interactions of fertility, row and plant spacing, planting date, environmental conditions, insects, diseases and hybrids are better understood. All are important in determining sorghum crop yield. This publication gives information on growth and development, planting, plant density, fertility and water.
Description12 pp., 13 tables, 3 figures
Stichler, Charles; McFarland, Mark L.; Coffman, Cloyce G. (1997). Irrigated and Dryland Sorghum Production in South and Southwest Texas. Available electronically from