||Pest Control: An Assessment of Present and Alternative Technologies. Volume III. Cotton Pest Control.
||National Research Council, Washington, D.C. Study on Problems of Pest Control.
Cotton plants ;
Pest control ;
Economic factors ;
Market research ;
Weed control ;
Public health ;
Life cycles ;
Mathematical models ;
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Profitable cotton production in the United States depends upon the successful application of good management practices to a wide range of soil and climatic conditions. Topics discussed in this volume include: (a) The range of future economic environments in which cotton might be produced; (b) market conditions and other factors that affect cotton production; (c) information sources for new farming techniques; (d) regulatory factors, such as cotton variety control and human health and safety requirements; and (e) other developments in the cotton industry with potential impact on pest control.