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Yumian 10 - a variety suitable for interplanting with wheat

, : Yumian 10 - a variety suitable for interplanting with wheat. China Cottons 21(1): 22-23

The cotton variety Yumian 10, derived from the cross (Shangqiu 40 x 86-1) x Ji 366, has a growth period of 127 days and possesses resistance to Fusarium and Verticillium wilts (severity indexes of 1.83 and 1.86, respectively). Its boll size averages 5.5 g, seed index 9.8 g and lint percentage 41.2%. It has the following fibre properties: modal length, 29.95 mm; single fibre strength, 3.66 g; fineness 5810 m/g; breaking length, 21 km; and maturity coefficient, 1.6.

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