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The effect of salt on the fibre characteristics of upland cotton

, : The effect of salt on the fibre characteristics of upland cotton. China Cottons 24(3): 17-18, 20

The effect of salt on the fibre characteristics of upland cotton was studied in 1993-94 in Shandong Province. Soil salinity of >=0.42% affected fibre characteristics (including 2.5% span length, uniformity ratio, specific strength and elongation). Salinity increased fibre length but not thickness, and reduced elongation rate. Cotton Zhongmiansuo 23 was less affected than other cultivars examined.


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