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Cotton Varieties, CIM 707




  • CIM 707

    Type: Upland. Tetraploid (Gossypium hirsutum). Long staple.

    Parentage: CIM 243 x 738-6/93 (1993).

    Check: CIM 473

    Breeders: Arshad, M. et al.

    Center: Central Cotton Research Institute (PCCC), Multan.

    CIM 707

    Type: Upland. Tetraploid (Gossypium hirsutum). Long staple.

    Parentage: CIM 243 x 738-6/93 (1993).

    Check: CIM 473

    Breeders: Arshad, M. et al.

    Center: Central Cotton Research Institute (PCCC), Multan.

    Maintainer: CRI, Multan.

    Status: Released, 2004 (Punjab). Registered 2004.

    Growth habit: Erect, semi spreading, medium early in maturity (110-130 days), stem-tip-hairiness profuse, pigmentation medium. Lodge resistant.

    Height and branching: Medium height (120-150 cm), nodes to first fruiting branch 7-8, monopodia 0-3, sympodia 15-25, short to medium, semi-erect.

    Foliage: Foliage medium dense, medium green, profusely hairy, and nectaried, leaf length 12.5, width 17.0, stalk 13.5 cm.

    Flower: Flowering medium early and of medium duration. Flower medium, nectaried, creamy, with intermediate calyx, pollen creamy, stamen medium dense, and semi-erect, stigma height medium (8-10 mm) with medium exsertion (3-5 mm).

    Boll: Size medium, 4-5 locked, oval, wide at lower mid, beak short, finely pitted and gossypol normal, opening good. Bolls/plant 20-25, boll weight 4.0g, length 3.0, width 2.2, peduncle 1.2 cm, bracteole normal.

    Yield kg/ha: Seed cotton 3000.0

    Fiber: GOT 38.0%, Staple length 32.2 mm, Micronaire 4.2, Strength 97.5 tppsi, Uniformity 47.9%.

    Seed: Seed Index 9.8g, size medium, length 8.2, width 4.4 mm. Seeds naked to fuzzy, dusky white with greenish tinge.

    Leaf curl virus (CLCV): Tolerant.

    Variants: Habit varies with space, sowing and stem damage.

    Leading characters: CIM 707 heat tolerant, long staple, medium tall growing variety with medium dense, green foliage, pollen creamy, boll roundish with short beak and medium early in maturity, opening good, seed naked to fuzzy.

     

    Reference : COTTON VARIETIES OF PAKISTAN
    by Dr. Akhlaq Hussain, Muhammad Ibrahim, Munir Ahmed Naz

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