Date of Award
Master of Science
C. E. Allred
O. W. Dyne
From the cotton variety study in Tennessee, from 1928 through 1931, the following questions arise: What varieties are grown? What is the trend? What is the effect of present practices on the quality of cotton produced? Where are these varieties grown? Are there many one-variety farms? What is the possibility of establishing one-variety communities? What is the quality of seed used by producers?
An effort will be made in this report to answer as many of these, and related questions, as time and available information will permit.
Stanford, N. J., "Cotton varieties in Tennessee, 1928-1931. " Master's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 1937.