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The effective stage of flowering to apply last irrigation in cotton for early and late sowings (cultivar Giza 80)






1995 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, San Antonio, TX, USA, January 4-7, 1995: Volume 2: 1358-1359

The effective stage of flowering to apply last irrigation in cotton for early and late sowings (cultivar Giza 80)

In trials at the Sids Agricultural Research Station, Egypt, in 1992-93, applying the last irrigation at the end of the ninth and eighth weeks of flowering for early and late sowings, respectively, saved water without significantly reducing seed cotton yield.


Accession: 002984506



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