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Control of trunk sprouts with growth regulators

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R. W. Harris, University of California, Davis
R. M. Sachs, University of California, Davis
R. E. Fissell, University of California, Davis

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California Agriculture 25(11):11-13.

Published November 01, 1971

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Regrowth of trunk sprouts on eight of nine species treated with growth regulators was reduced by 85 per cent, as compared with untreated trees in these tests. The sprouts that did grow on treated trunks were only one-tenth to one-third as long as sprouts from untreated trunks. There was very little translocation of the growth regulators from the regions of application.

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Control of trunk sprouts with growth regulators

R. W. Harris, R. M. Sachs, R. E. Fissell
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Control of trunk sprouts with growth regulators

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Authors

R. W. Harris, University of California, Davis
R. M. Sachs, University of California, Davis
R. E. Fissell, University of California, Davis

Publication Information

California Agriculture 25(11):11-13.

Published November 01, 1971

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Regrowth of trunk sprouts on eight of nine species treated with growth regulators was reduced by 85 per cent, as compared with untreated trees in these tests. The sprouts that did grow on treated trunks were only one-tenth to one-third as long as sprouts from untreated trunks. There was very little translocation of the growth regulators from the regions of application.

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