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Circular cladogram view of the phylogenetic tree obtained from NJ analysis on 569 accessions comprising a diversity panel of 384 <em>G. hirsutum</em> cultivars and a collection of 185 landrace accessions in a broad collection of Upland cottons of the Americas. Spikes are colored based on groups: Group 1 (blue color; <em>G. barbadense</em> accessions), Group 2 (red color; Southwestern cotton), Group 3 (green color; Mexican cotton), Group 4 (purple color; Western cotton), and Group 5 (yellow color; Mid-South and Southeastern cotton), and Group 6 (light blue; Guatemalan cotton). Accessions assigned to “mixed” are indicated in black.

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Breeding and Genetics
Genetic Diversity and Population Structure in Elite U.S. and Race Stock Accessions of Upland Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum)
Linglong Zhu, Priyanka Tyagi, Baljinder Kaur, and Vasu Kuraparthy
Pages: 38-47

Circular cladogram view of the phylogenetic tree obtained from NJ analysis on 569 accessions comprising a diversity panel of 384 G. hirsutum cultivars and a collection of 185 landrace accessions in a broad collection of Upland cottons of the Americas. Spikes are colored based on groups: Group 1 (blue color; G. barbadense accessions), Group 2 (red color; Southwestern cotton), Group 3 (green color; Mexican cotton), Group 4 (purple color; Western cotton), and Group 5 (yellow color; Mid-South and Southeastern cotton), and Group 6 (light blue; Guatemalan cotton). Accessions assigned to “mixed” are indicated in black.

 Issue Editors
Agronomy and Soils
Cotton Response to Simulated Hail Damage and Stand Loss in Central Texas
Joshua McGinty, Gaylon Morgan, and Dale Mott
Pages: 01-06

Agronomy and Soils
Evaluation of Early Season Foliar Fungicide Applications to Support Non-Fungicidal ‘Plant Health’ Benefits
Tyson B. Raper, Dan D. Fromme, Darrin Dodds, Gaylon Morgan, Randy Boman, Shawn Butler, and W. Hunter Frame
Pages: 07-13

Agronomy and Soils
Three Soil Water Potential Strategies to Schedule Irrigation Events using S3DI in Cotton
Ronald B. Sorensen and Marshall C. Lamb
Pages: 14-20

Agronomy and Soils
Impact of Irrigation Timing on Tarnished Plant Bug Populations and Yield of Cotton
Clinton Wilks Wood, Jeff Gore, Angus Catchot, Don Cook, Darrin Dodds, and Jason Krutz
Pages: 21-27

Arthropod Management
Impact of Nitrogen Application Rate on Tarnished Plant Bug (Heteroptera: Miridae) Populations and Management in Cotton
Chase A. Samples, Darrin M. Dodds, Jeffrey Gore, Angus L. Catchot, Bobby R. Golden, Jac J. Varco, and John M. Riley
Pages: 28-37

Breeding and Genetics
Testing Locations in Regional High Quality Tests for Cotton Seed Quality Traits
Linghe Zeng, William C. Bridges Jr., and Fred M. Bourland
Pages: 48-58

Breeding and Genetics
Accuracy, Precision, and Harvesting Efficiency of a Cotton Plot Picker Installed with an Automatic Weighing System in a Cotton Breeding Program
Jinfa Zhang and Sidney E. Hughs
Pages: 59-65

Engineering and Ginning
How Current Cotton Ginning Practices Affect Fiber Length Uniformity Index
Carlos B. Armijo, Derek P. Whitelock, Paul A. Funk, and Vikki B. Martin
Pages: 66-77

Engineering and Ginning
COTTON GINNERS HANDBOOK
A Comprehensive Gin Maintenance Program
Paul A. Funk and Robert G. Hardin IV
Pages: 78-89

Engineering and Ginning
Effects of Harvesting Direction and Row Spacing on the Cotton Stripper Performance in Irrigated Cotton Fields
Majid Roozbeh and Mahmood Zahiri
Pages: 90-96

Engineering and Ginning
NOTE
A Preliminary Investigation into the Feasibility of Gin Blending
M.H.J. van der Sluijs, C. Delhom, J. Wanjura and G. Holt
Pages: 97-108

Molecular Biology and Physiology
Assessment of Cotton Leaf and Yield Responses to Water-Deficit Stress During Flowering and Boll Development
John Burke and Mauricio Ulloa
Pages: 109-117

Molecular Biology and Physiology
1-Methylcyclopropene Effects on Field-Grown Cotton: Morphological Characteristics and Yield
Murilo M. Maeda, J. Tom Cothren, James L. Heilman, Carlos J. Fernandez, Gaylon D. Morgan, and Vladimir A. da Costa
Pages: 118-130

Weed Science
Impact of Cereal Rye Seeding Rate and Planting Method on Weed Control in Cotton
Matheus Palhano, Jason Norsworthy, and Tom Barber
Pages: 131-140

Weed Science
The Effect of Duration of Corn (Zea mays) Interference on Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) Growth and Yield
Reed C. Storey, John T. Buol, Amber N. Eytcheson, Daniel B. Reynolds, J. Trent Irby, and Chad L. Smith
Pages: 141-147