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Cultivation possibilities of naturally-coloured cottons under Aegean region conditions

Cultivation possibilities of naturally-coloured cottons under Aegean region conditions

Anadolu 11(1): 56-70

Six coloured cotton lines (4 brown and 2 green) and 3 white-coloured lines were evaluated in a study conducted in Turkey in 1997 and 1998. The light brown line had fibre length in the range 33.9-30.2 mm and seed-cotton yield between 290 and 219 kg/ha. The dark brown line had a fibre length of 26.0-25.9 mm and seed cotton yield of 458.0-376.1 kg/ha.

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