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Growth control of Chinese elm with inhibitor sprays

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Henry Hield, University of California
Stuart Hemstreet, University of California

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California Agriculture 37(9):10-10.

Published September 01, 1983

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Not available – first paragraph follows: Spray applications of growth inhibitors to the foliage of ornamental plants have been known for many years to be effective. Sprays have been used to some extent, but possible hazards from spray drift to nontarget ornamental plants have led to the development of trunk banding and injection application techniques. However, foliar sprays, when safely used, are still the least expensive means of chemical growth reduction.

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Growth control of Chinese elm with inhibitor sprays

Henry Hield, Stuart Hemstreet
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Growth control of Chinese elm with inhibitor sprays

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Authors

Henry Hield, University of California
Stuart Hemstreet, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 37(9):10-10.

Published September 01, 1983

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: Spray applications of growth inhibitors to the foliage of ornamental plants have been known for many years to be effective. Sprays have been used to some extent, but possible hazards from spray drift to nontarget ornamental plants have led to the development of trunk banding and injection application techniques. However, foliar sprays, when safely used, are still the least expensive means of chemical growth reduction.

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