Cotton fiber quality determined by fruit position, temperature and management

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Wang, X.; Evers, J.B.; Zhang, L.; Mao, L.; Pan, X.; Li, Z.;
  • Subject: Centre for Crop Systems Analysis | PE&RC
    mesheuropmc: food and beverages | fungi

CottonXL is a tool to explore cotton fiber quality in relation to fruit position, to improve cotton quality by optimizing cotton plant structure, as well as to help farmers understand how the structure of the cotton plant determines crop growth and quality.
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