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Scheme for improvement of arboreum cotton at Amreli. (Review of work done under the Indian Central Cotton Committee's schemes during the year 1961-62.)


, : Scheme for improvement of arboreum cotton at Amreli. (Review of work done under the Indian Central Cotton Committee's schemes during the year 1961-62.). Indian Cott. Gr. Rev, 17: 194 p

Tests showed that although the new variety BA2-W maintained a superior ginning outturn over Sanjay, it was less productive.


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