Cotton replanting decisions are difficult and involve a lot of consideration prior to making the decision to replant. Start by evaluating your existing stand. To do this, go into various locations within your field and measure your row links needed for one 1/1,000 of an acre. Then take your counts, taking into consideration any skips that are larger than three feet. As long as you have a pineal population that's around 20,000 plants per acre that's evenly distributed with no skips, you can still obtain the yield that you originally set out to get.