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Genotypic differences among cotton genotypes for phosphorus use efficiency and stress factor



Genotypic differences among cotton genotypes for phosphorus use efficiency and stress factor



International Journal of Agriculture and Biology 3(2): 186-187



The performance of 6 cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) cultivars (i.e. FH-634, CIM-443, CIM-1100, NIAB-92, S-12 and NIAB-78) under deficient (2.6 ppm) and adequate (26.0 ppm) levels of P fertilizer application was evaluated in a pot experiment. Greatest shoot dry weights were observed in FH-634 (2.61 g), CIM-1100 (2.38 g) and NIAB-92 (2.40 g) under P-deficiency, and in FH-634 (4.92 g) and CIM-443 (4.98 g) under sufficient P conditions.

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