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Achievements and prospects of breeding fine-fibred cotton in Turkmenistan


, : Achievements and prospects of breeding fine-fibred cotton in Turkmenistan. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Turkmenskoi SSR Biologicheskikh Nauk (4): 67-71

The research work carried out in the development of early-maturing, high-yielding cultivars of cotton in Turkmen SSR during the past 50 years is described and directions for future research are outlined.

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