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The consistency of fiber properties and yarn strength of the commercial Egyptian cottons and their relation with yield per feddan


, : The consistency of fiber properties and yarn strength of the commercial Egyptian cottons and their relation with yield per feddan. Egyptian Journal of Agricultural Researchreceived 1996; 71(4): 971-987

Four extra-long staple and four long-staple cotton cultivars were compared for fibre properties and yield in 1982-91. Fibre properties varied both between years and between cultivars.

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