CCRI

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CCRICommunity College of Rhode Island
CCRICalifornia Civil Rights Initiative
CCRIColumbus Children's Research Institute
CCRICentral Cotton Research Institute (Pakistan)
CCRIChildren's Clinical Research Institute
CCRICountryside and Community Research Institute (UK)
CCRICentral Coffee Research Institute (now Indian Institute of Coffee Research)
CCRICommand Cyber Readiness Inspection (US DoD)
CCRIColorado Casino Resorts Inc. (Cripple Creek, CO)
CCRIConseille Canadien des Rélations Industrielles
CCRICoordinated Community Response Initiative
CCRICentre Commun de Ressources Informatiques (French: Joint Center for Computer Resources)
CCRICentre Culturel Régional Indien de la Réunion (French: Regional Indian Cultural Center of Réunion; Réunion, France)
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The FAC meeting, held at Central Cotton Research Institute (CCRI) Multan was chaired by CCRI Director Dr Zahid Mahmood.
MULTAN -- Director, Central Cotton Research Institute (CCRI) Multan, Dr.
He told journalists after attending a meeting to discuss the cotton situation on a monthly basis at the Central Cotton Research Institute that US President Donald Trump was mediating over the Kashmir issue and Shah Mahmood Qureshi was performing well as a foreign minister.
He was chairing a meeting of Cotton Crop Management Group here at Central Cotton Research Institute.
The walk was held under the auspices of Central Cotton Research Institute (CCRI) which stated from Multan Press Club and concluded at Jahanzeb Shaheed Chowk.
Central Cotton Research Institute's (CCRI) variety Bt CIM-632 received the commercial license recently and farmers can now cultivate this variety to increase production.
All the varieties were purchased from Central Cotton Research Institute (CCRIG) Ghotki, Central Cotton Research Institute Sakrand (CCRIS) and Agriculture Research Institute (ARI) Tandojam.
Later on, the minister visited Central Cotton Research Institute and inspected field trials.
The study regarding impact of abiotic factors on whitefly population and percent parasitism was carried out at Central Cotton Research Institute Sakrand in 2013.
In Pakistan, research work has been started at Cotton Research Institute (SRI), Sakrand in Sindh, Central Cotton Research Institute (CCRI), Multan in Punjab and some other research stations and results are promising.
The present investigations were designed to work out the effect of temperature and relative humidity and different planting dates on cotton varieties at research area of Central Cotton Research Institute (CCRI), Multan, Pakistan.
Cards of these farmers' friendly insects are also available from Government established labs like Ayub Agricultural Research Institute (AARI) Faisalabad and Central Cotton Research Institute (CCRI) Multan.
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