DOI: 10.2478/cerce-2014-0004
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Abstract: The experiment was conducted to investigate the effects of different regimes of irrigation schedule on various vegetative and reproductive stages of cotton crop. The results showed that irrigation effect was non significant for number of plants m-2, while I4 treatment produced maximum number of monopodial branches 2.18, but statistically it was at par with I3, I5. I4 treatment showed maximum number of sympodial branches (20.43), followed by I3 (18.63). F.H-900 showed statistically higher sympodial branches (18… Show more

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