Hague, Steven individual record
Professor
overview

My research emphasis is to create cotton cultivars and germplasm with high-yield potential, excellent drought tolerance and resistance to insects endemic to Texas. I make active use of a wide array of cotton germplasm including exotic upland and interspecific lines. My cotton testing region includes Central and South Texas, as well as the Rolling Plains.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles38
  • (2019). Genetic improvement in cotton fiber elongation can impact yarn quality. Industrial Crops and Products. 129, 1-9.
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  • Smith, C. W., Hequet, E. F., Hague, S., & Jones, D (2018). Elite Fiber Quality Germplasm Lines of Upland Cotton: TAM 11K‐13 ELSU, TAM 11T‐08 ELSU‐ESU, and TAM 11L‐24 LSU. Journal of Plant Registrations. 12(1), 112-117.
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  • Smith, C. W., Hague, S., Hequet, E., & Jones, D. C (2018). Registration of ‘Tamcot G11’ Upland Cotton Cultivar. Journal of Plant Registrations. 12(1), 7-12.
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  • Kothari, N., Hague, S., Hinze, L., & Dever, J. (2017). Boll sampling protocols and their impact on measurements of cotton fiber quality. Industrial Crops and Products. 109, 248-254.
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  • Hinze, L. L., Hulse-Kemp, A. M., Wilson, I. W., Zhu, Q., Llewellyn, D. J., Taylor, J. M., ... Stelly, D. M (2017). Diversity analysis of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) germplasm using the CottonSNP63K Array.. BMC Plant Biol. 17(1), 37.
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chaired theses and dissertations
Email
shague@tamu.edu
First Name
Steven
Last Name
Hague
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Soil & Crop Science; 2474 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-2474
USA