Symposium: Cropping Systems Approach to Sustainable Cotton Production: Integration of Ecological Methods
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Texas High Plains is the largest contiguous cotton production region in the world, which also mimics most semi-arid cotton production regions in the world. To optimize crop production with limited water, yield losses due to insect pests must be managed in effective and economical ways under changing production systems. An integrated cropping system approach has been used to address pest management issues in Texas, consisting of agronomic, cultural, biological, chemical, plant physiological, and spatial methods. We propose to discuss our novel cropping systems approach in the global forum.
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