To make cotton more competitive in world markets, the government also provided domestic mills and exporters with payments under the Upland Cotton
User Marketing Certificate Program (described as Step 2 payments) when global prices fell below US prices and provided importing countries with subsidized credit.
Based in Memphis, TN, The Cotton Board is responsible for collecting a per bale assessment of all upland cotton
harvested and ginned in the U.
SSR markers closely associated with genes for resistance to root-knot nematodes on chromosomes 11 and 14 of upland cotton
Kannan et al  examined the gene effects to find out the fiber quality in upland cotton
and potential for improvement of yield components.
Cotton Incorporated is the premier research and marketing company representing upland cotton
The genetic potential, inbreeding depression, heritability, selection response and correlation were studied during 2011-12 in parental cultivars and their F3 populations of upland cotton
at the University of Agriculture, Peshawar, Pakistan.
49 cents per pound for the base grade of upland cotton
For the completely "Made In America" products, the company collaborated with Cotton Incorporated, the research and promotion company representing upland cotton
Salt tolerance was studied in eight upland cotton
cultivars (CIM-446, CIM-473, CIM-496, CIM-499, CIM-506, CIM-554, CIM-707 and SLH-284) under control and four NaCl salinity concentrations (50, 100, 150 and 200 mM).
The present study was aimed at evaluating a 6- parent half diallel cross (parents plus one way crosses) of upland cotton
cultivars for the general and specific abilities to obtain an explanation of the genetic mechanism of agronomic and fiber characteristics.
Estimation of genetic parameters among seed cotton yield and its attributing characters in upland cotton
(Gossypium hirsutum L.
Lot of efforts has been made by cotton researchers to develop upland cotton
varieties having high yield potential, desirable fibre quality and tolerance/resistance to insect's pests and diseases through conventional breeding approaches.