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SET Crop variability in cotton fields
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Three experimental fields were cultivated with cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L) in Omorfochori Larissa in 2005. The correlation between electrical conductivity, plant density, plant height and yield were determined to draw conclusions and make farm decisions for the best management of the fields. The results showed significant variability in yield and Electrical Conductivity in the three fields. Electrical conductivity did not give adequate correlation to yield but it can be used to delineate management zones for targeted soil sampling. Plant height and plant density did not affect yield due to the uniformity of the plants.
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