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Hybrid boll set following different methods of crossing varieties of Soviet cotton



Hybrid boll set following different methods of crossing varieties of Soviet cotton



Vozdelyvanie s kh kul' tur: 25-28



Reciprocal crosses were made with the aim of increasing fibre length in S4727, T1066 and Tashkent 1 and increasing boll size and fibre yield in the variety 24. Reciprocal F1 hybrids were subjected to two cycles of back crossing to 24.

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