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Exploitation of genetic variability in. AS23 cotton

Exploitation of genetic variability in. AS23 cotton

Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 5: 1, 112-115

Halo length ranged from 26.1 to 33.0 mm, ginning percentage from 33.1 to 40.0 and yield of kapas per plant from 36 to 210 g.

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