cotton strain

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feeds primarily on cotton

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The Bt seeds cost more than older cotton strains and must be bought new each year by farmers.
Earliness comparison in new cotton strains of CCRI Multan.
Earliness comparison of newly developed cotton strains with commercial varieties.
43000/ha Table 5: Field Response of Different Cotton Strains Against CLCuV in DGR at NIAB, Faisalabad (2004-2005) Strain % Disease index Disease Reaction FH-2006 28.
Population of harmful and beneficial arthropods on selected cotton strains grown under different levels of pest management.
Performance of newly developed cotton strains under different sowing dates.
Four upland cotton strains [TAM 94L-25 (Smith, 2003), TAM 94M-14, TAM 94WD-17, and TAM 91C-95Ls (Smith, 2001)] and three commercial cultivars [Suregrow 125 (PVP 9400063), Tamcot CAMD-E (Bird, 1979a), and Acala Maxxa (PVP 9000168)] were planted in a randomized complete block design with four replications in 1998 and eight replications in 1999 at the Texas A&M Research Farm near College Station, TX.
Evaluation of resistance of cotton strains to Heliothis virescens (F.
Resistance of high gossypol cotton strains to Heliothis spp.
Evaluation of some cotton strains for their combining ability in important genetic traits.
Cotton strains having different hair length and density were evaluated for tolerance to Bemisia tabaci, Amrasca devastans and Thrips tabaci, and survival of predators and parasitoids.
Key words: Cotton strains, hair length and density, Bemisia tabaci, sucking pests, seed treatment.
Evaluation of advanced cotton strains for root-knot nematode resistance, p.
Screening of newly developed cotton strains at Mirpurkhas against bollworm complex.
On the other hand, Lukefahr and Houghtaling (1969) and others had begun to develop cotton strains with gossypol levels high enough to suppress bollworm (BW) and tobacco budworm (TBW).