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Increasing plant density in cotton fields by thinning at three plants per hill and effect on yield



Increasing plant density in cotton fields by thinning at three plants per hill and effect on yield



Agricultural Research Review, Arab Re ic of Egypt 49(6): 209-224



The effects of planting density on the number of open bolls per plant, average boll weight and yield are reported for six varieties.

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