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LOGO: Journal of Cotton Science

 


The multidisciplinary, refereed journal contains articles that improve our understanding of cotton science. Publications may be compilations of original research, syntheses, reviews, or notes on original research or new techniques or equipment.

Highlights From This Issue

Dead seedlings and a wilted cotton plant infected with <em>Fusarium oxysporum</em> f. sp. <em>vasinfectum</em> race 4. Based on a recent survey, this strain is apparently limited to California in the U.S. but is a concern to the entire Cotton Belt because it is transmitted through seed.

FEATURED ARTICLE


Plant Pathology and Nematology
Survey of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum in the United States
Amanda N. Cianchetta, Tom W. Allen, Robert B. Hutmacher, Robert C. Kemerait, Terrence L. Kirkpatrick, Gary W. Lawrence, Kathy S. Lawrence, John D. Mueller, Robert L. Nichols, Mary W. Olsen, Charles Overstreet, Jason E. Woodward, and R. M. Davis
Pages: 328-336

Dead seedlings and a wilted cotton plant infected with Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum race 4. Based on a recent survey, this strain is apparently limited to California in the U.S. but is a concern to the entire Cotton Belt because it is transmitted through seed.