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Growth regulator controls tomato transplant height

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Gary W. Hickman, University of California Cooperative Extension, San Joaquin County
Edward J. Perry, Stanislaus County
Robert J. Mullen, San Joaquin County
Richard Smith, San Benito County

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California Agriculture 43(5):19-20.

Published September 01, 1989

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Abstract

A new plant growth regulator, uniconazole, controlled height of greenhouse-grown fresh market tomato transplants in a 1-year trial. Field results showed no effect on final yields and quality.

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The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of L & L Transplants, Incorporated, Craven Transplants, Incorporated, Kaiser Farms, Valent USA, Incorporated, Rudy Chavarria, Ray Hill, and Ted Viss, field assistants.

Growth regulator controls tomato transplant height

Gary W. Hickman, Edward J. Perry, Robert J. Mullen, Richard Smith
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Growth regulator controls tomato transplant height

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Authors

Gary W. Hickman, University of California Cooperative Extension, San Joaquin County
Edward J. Perry, Stanislaus County
Robert J. Mullen, San Joaquin County
Richard Smith, San Benito County

Publication Information

California Agriculture 43(5):19-20.

Published September 01, 1989

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A new plant growth regulator, uniconazole, controlled height of greenhouse-grown fresh market tomato transplants in a 1-year trial. Field results showed no effect on final yields and quality.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of L & L Transplants, Incorporated, Craven Transplants, Incorporated, Kaiser Farms, Valent USA, Incorporated, Rudy Chavarria, Ray Hill, and Ted Viss, field assistants.


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