This study developed six response functions relating cotton output in terms of lint yield, seed yield, turnout, and quality attributes to input use choices and management practices employed in the production process. The estimated response functions allowed for examination of the effect of varying factors of production within the control of producers such as water and phosphorus application rates, fertilizer application methods, and variety selection on output levels, while taking into consideration different prototypical weather scenarios.
|Number of pages||6|
|State||Published - 2000|
|Event||Beltwide Cotton Conferences - Texas, United States|
Duration: Jan 4 2000 → Jan 8 2000
|Conference||Beltwide Cotton Conferences|
|Period||01/4/00 → 01/8/00|