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Plant nitrogen status and yield potential are important factors for optimizing field management in cotton production. An experiment was conducted in 2011 at Stoneville, Mississippi to develop a method to assess plant N status and yield potential in cotton. The experimental plots were laid out in a split plot design with two irrigation treatments as main unit and six nitrogen treatments as subunit in a 10-ha cotton field. Cotton plant height was measured in real time in situ using andoi:10.5539/jas.v5n1p23 fatcat:g5ovw5wl2bgfnm2xbtjml5vl5e