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|Title:||The aims of the high quality breeding program|
|Abstract:||The high quality cotton Namcala and its predecessor Hopicala have traditionally been grown on small percentages of the Australian cotton acreage (Mainly in NSW) as an alternative to the high yielding varieties such as Deltapine smooth leaf. Deltapine 16 and recently Deltapine 61|
|Appears in Collections:||1984 Australian Cotton Growers Research Conference|
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