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Boll

An obsolete Scottish unit of dry volume. For beans, grass seed, peas, rye, salt, and wheat, one boll was approximately equivalent to 145.145 liters. For barley, malt, and oats, however, it was approximately equivalent to 211.664 liters.
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This tendency to heavily infest either the cotton boll or the leaf litter beneath the plant is what makes effective application of pesticides for control of O.
Other yield-related factors, such as flower production, boll numbers, boll retention percentage, and boll size were likewise unaffected by foliar-applied salicylate (Table 1).
With shaking fingers, Tessie pushed her thoughts aside to concentrate hard on getting every bit of cotton from each boll.
Experts recommended that after last picking farmers should leave animals inside the cotton fields to enable them eat each remaining cotton boll to kill the bollworm inside.
For years, the feeding habits and nutritional requirements of the boll weevil (Anthonomus grandis grandis) have been poorly understood, particularly in the subtropical and tropical region that extends from South Texas to Argentina.
Radin speculated that this might be because most assimilates, or plant foods, are going to the bolls, instead of being distributed around the plant.
We can actually track the flow of water molecules through the plant - in the leaves and the bolls - and see what else changes, instead of disturbing the tissue structures in the process of preparing a specimen for analysis or microscopic examination," Timpa says.
We were spraying insecticides every 5 days until the bolls were mature.
Bolls III; James Bolls; Susan Holloway Pollock and her husband, Michael; and Jason Pollock.
The Committee after taking into the consideration the data provided by the provincial governments, the latest cotton arrival position, and other factors such as Plant Population, bolls per plant, boll weight, CLCuV incidence, rains and flood damages, etc.