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《Cotton Sciences》 2014-05
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Study on Relationships of Yield、Ginning Outturn and Temperature in Different Stages of Cotton

Li Chunping;Zhao Ping;Liu Zhongshan;Zhang Dawei;Liu Sujuan;Xu Jianhui;Xinjiang Academy of Agricultural Sciences,Economical Crop Research Institute;Weather Bureau of Manasi County in Xinjiang;  
The author planted two cotton varieties in the same place from 2006 to 2012,in order to study on the relationships of monthly mean temperature,the average temperature of ten days,ten days average lowest temperature,the average highest temperature and raw cotton yield,ginned cotton yield and ginning outturn. The results showed that,the raw cotton yield was negative significantly or very significantly correlated with the average highest temperature of mid-June,the average temperature of July,the average temperature of earlier ten days of July and later ten days of July,the average highest temperature of early July and the average highest temperature of mid- July,It was positive significantly or very significantly correlated with the average temperature of late June,the average lowest temperature of late June,the average highest temperature of late June,the average highest temperature of late July,the average temperature of August,the average lowest temperature of early August,the average temperature of mid- August and the average highest temperature of mid- August. ginned cotton yield was positive significantly or very significantly correlated with the average temperature of late June,the average lowest temperature of late June,the average highest temperature of late June,the average highest temperature of late July,the average highest temperature of mid- August and the average highest temperature of mid- August. It was negative significantly or very significantly correlated with the average temperature of early July,the average temperature of late July,the average highest temperature of mid- July. Ginning outturn was positively significantly or very significantly correlated with the average highest temperature of late- July and the average highest temperature of early August. Relationships between temperature and yield,ginning outturn were highly consistent in most of the projects,but the correlations in some projects were significantly different.
【Fund】: 科技部成果转化项目-棉花新品种“新陆早50号”高产优质栽培技术集成与示范推广(2012GB2G400496);; 新疆维吾尔自治区成果转化项目-优良棉花新品种及配套高产技术集成示范(201354103)
【CateGory Index】: S562
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