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An effective cotton integrated pest management program encompasses all aspects of production. The State Extension Cotton Research Report contains summarized data collected yearly from experiments and demonstrations intended to address key production issues in the areas of variety selection, weed control, agronomics (plant population, tillage, fertility) and defoliation. The report also provides cost effectiveness of products and practices to help producers make informed production decisions. For more information on cotton research, visit the OSU Southwest Research and Extension Center website and the OSU cotton topics page. View the cotton reports below.

State Extension Cotton Research Reports


Southwest Oklahoma Entomology Reports

Insect monitoring is also a key component in a successful integrated pest management program. The Southwest Oklahoma Entomology Report is published yearly to give producers an in-depth look at insect populations and which treatments worked best in a given year. View the 2000-2009 reports below.

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