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  • CRIS 134

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

    Parentage: NIAB 78 x DPL 70 (1988).

    Check: NIAB 78

    Breeders: Soomro, B. A., et al.

    Centre: Central Cotton Research Institute (PCCC), Sakrand.

    CRIS 134

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

    Parentage: NIAB 78 x DPL 70 (1988).

    Check: NIAB 78

    Breeders: Soomro, B. A., et al.

    Centre: Central Cotton Research Institute (PCCC), Sakrand.

    Maintainer: CCRI, Sakrand.

    Status: Released, 2001 (Sindh). Registered 2003.

    Growth habit: Semi spreading, medium early in maturity (180-210 days), stem-tip-hairiness medium, pigmentation medium. Lodge resistant.

    Height and branching: Medium height (100-120 cm), nodes to first fruiting branch 4-7, monopodia 0-1, sympodia 15-18, short to medium, semi-erect.

    Foliage: Foliage medium dense, dark green, medium hairy, and nectaried, leaf length 12.5, width 12.0, stalk 11.5 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 (15-23 mm) with short exsertion (3-5 mm).

    Boll: Size medium, 4-5 locked, round, wide at lower mid, beak short, finely pitted and gossypol normal, opening good. Bolls/plant 20-25, boll weight 3.0 g, length 3.4, width 3.1, peduncle 1.5 cm, bracteole normal.

    Yield kg/ha: Seed cotton 2700.0

    Fiber: GOT 34.5%, Staple length 28.0 mm, Micronaire 4.4, Strength 98.0 tppsi, Uniformity 50.0%.

    Seed: Seed Index 8.5 g, size medium, length 8.0, width 5.0 mm, oil 22.0 %. Seeds fuzzy, dusky white.

    Leaf curl virus (CLCV): Susceptible.

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

    Leading characters: CRIS 134 medium tall growing medium variety with dark green, medium dense foliage, flower nectaried, pollen color creamy, boll shape round with short beak and medium early in maturity, boll opening good. Seed fuzzy, grayish white.

     

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

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