Oklahoma State University
Recent advances in genetic technology have made the commercial production of hybrid cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) possible. At present, several seed companies in the United States have breeding programs in progress and hope to release hybrids in the near future. One of the major unsolved problems in this effort concerns the adequate and economical pollination of the male-sterile plants.
Berger, Lori A., "Agapostemon Angelicus Cockerell and Other Wild Bees as Potential Pollinators of Male-Sterile Cotton on the Texas High Plains" (1982). Ba. Paper 113.
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