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Effect of row width and hill spacing on growth, yield and some fiber properties in Egyptian cotton cultivar, Giza 70

Makram, E.A.; Dawood, A.M.; Abu Zeid, M.K.

Annals of Agricultural Science, Ain Shams University 27(1/2): 113-123


Accession: 001189298

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Cotton Giza 70 was grown in rows 50 and 60 cm apart at hill spacings of 15 and 20 cm in 1979 and 15, 20 and 25 cm in 1981. Final plant height, number of open bolls, seed cotton yield and percentage plant stand at harvest increased with increased row width and hill spacing. The treatments had little effect on yield earliness, lint percentage, fibre strength, length or fineness.

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