Improvements in fiber yield and quality… may come from test tube cotton
TO KEEP UP WITH the continuously changing conditions under which they operate, farmers need some way to examine and to evaluate the alternative uses for their land. For example, thousands of acres now used for dryland crops can be developed for irrigation. But will it pay to do it? This study was made to evaluate the alternative agricultural uses for land now being used for dryIand farming. The study was based on an area in Tehama County where irinferior growth of fibers and ovules, as compared with the liquid medium.