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Accumulation of atmospheric sulfur by plants and sulfur-supplying capacity of soils /
Air-borne particulate emissions from cotton ginning operations
Alternatives for reducing insecticides on cotton and corn : economic and environmental impact /
Alternatives for Reducing Insecticides on Cotton and Corn: Economic and Environmental Impact - Supplement 1: Detailed Data for Static and Linear Analysis of Alternatives for Reducing Insecticides on Cotton and Corn.
Analysis of Specialized Pesticide Problems Invertebrate Control Agents - Efficacy Test Methods. Volume II. Foliar Treatment II (Field Crops, Forage Crops, Rangeland, Vegetables - Field and Greenhouse).
Bibliography on Optimization of Irrigation Systems.
Biological consequences of plant residue decomposition in soil /
Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors Third Edition (Including Supplements 1-7). Supplement No. 8.
Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors, Third Edition (Including Supplements 1-7). Supplement 9.
Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors, Third Edition. Supplement No. 9.
Contamination of Surface and Ground Water with Pesticides Applied to Cotton.
Cotton Yield Losses and Ambient Ozone Concentrations in California's San Joaquin Valley.
Cotton Yield Responses to Ozone as Mediated by Soil Moisture and Evapotranspiration.
Crop insurance and information services to control use of pesticides,
Environmental Protection Agency's white paper on bacillus thuringiensis plant-pesticide resistance management
Evaluation of Ozone Exposure Indices in Exposure-Response Modeling (Journal Version).
Evaluation of pest management programs for cotton, peanuts and tobacco in the United States /
Evaluation of Pest Management Programs for Cotton, Peanuts and Tobacco in the United States.
Growth of cotton under chronic ozone stress at two levels of soil moisture /
Influence of Soil Properties and Cultural Practices on Evaporation of Water from Soil.
Initial scientific review of PCNB /
Injury and yield response of cotton to chronic doses of ozone and soil moisture deficit /
Injury and Yield Response of Cotton to Chronic Doses of Ozone and Sulfur Dioxide.
Injury and Yield Responses of Differentially Irrigated Cotton to Ozone (Journal Version).
Modeling the Impact of Ozone x Drought Interactions on Regional Crop Yields (Journal Version).
National Crop Loss Assessment Network (NCLAN) 1981 Annual Report.
National Crop Loss Assessment Network (NCLAN) 1985 Annual Report.
Nitrogen and phosphorus losses from agronomy plots in North Alabama /
Pest Control: An Assessment of Present and Alternative Technologies. Volume III. Cotton Pest Control.
Pesticide fact sheet number 160 : pseudomonas fluorescens EG-1053 /
Pesticide fact sheet number 171 : karate /
Physiological and Growth Responses of Differentially Irrigated Cotton to Ozone (Journal Version).
Proceedings of U.S.-U.S.S.R. Symposium: The Integrated Control of the Arthropod, Disease and Weed Pests of Cotton, Grain Sorghum and Deciduous Fruit Held at Lubbock, Texas on September 28-October 1, 1975.
Production of non-food-chain crops with sewage sludge /
Protection of Cotton, December 1984-February 1989. Citations from AGRICOLA (Agricultural Online Access) Concerning Diseases and Other Environmental Considerations.
Protection of Cotton, January 1980-November 1984. Citations from AGRICOLA (Agricultural Online Access) Concerning Diseases and Other Environmental Considerations.
Quantification in Soil of 'Bacillus thuringiensis' var. 'kurstaki' delta-Endotoxin from Transgenic Plants.
Response of Soluble Sugars and Starch in Field-Grown Cotton to Ozone, Water Stress, and Their Combination.
Sensitivity of Agricultural Ecological System Models and Implications for Vulnerability to Toxic Chemicals.
Source assessment : cotton gins /
Source assessment : defoliation of cotton, state of the art /
Source assessment : mechanical harvesting of cotton, state of the art /
Stream transport and agricultural runoff of pesticides for exposure assessment : a methodology. Part A, Text and appendices A through F /
Stream Transport and Agricultural Runoff of Pesticides for Exposure Assessment: A Methodology. Part B. Appendices G through K.
Water Relations of Differentially Irrigated Cotton Exposed to Ozone.
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