Field Variability - aka Green Spots vs Severe Cutout in same field
The land, crop rotation, and soil type variability never shows up better than it does at this time of year in cotton fields. The green spots on a crop like this one indicates the later and typically higher yielding part of the field when the light soil has cut out and even though it also has decent boll load, it is not as much. Light spots do not have as much top crop and are more mature and more cutout including high levels of natural defoliation. All fields are not like this as there are some uniform fields, but many are variable.
Based on what I have been looking at for the last 10 days...
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