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Gibberellin tested on citrus: Fruit set on Bearss lime, Eureka lemon, and Washington navel orange increased by treatments in preliminary investigations

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H. Z. Hield, University of California
C. W. Coggins, University of California
M. J. Garber, University of California

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California Agriculture 12(5):9-11.

Published May 01, 1958

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Light fruit set of navel oranges and—to a lesser degree—of Valencia oranges often occurs and growth regulators tested in California in the past have failed to increase the set. However, certain gibberellin treatments—in preliminary experiments—have increased fruit set on lime, lemon, and orange trees.

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Gibberellin tested on citrus: Fruit set on Bearss lime, Eureka lemon, and Washington navel orange increased by treatments in preliminary investigations

H. Z. Hield, C. W. Coggins, M. J. Garber
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Gibberellin tested on citrus: Fruit set on Bearss lime, Eureka lemon, and Washington navel orange increased by treatments in preliminary investigations

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Authors

H. Z. Hield, University of California
C. W. Coggins, University of California
M. J. Garber, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 12(5):9-11.

Published May 01, 1958

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Light fruit set of navel oranges and—to a lesser degree—of Valencia oranges often occurs and growth regulators tested in California in the past have failed to increase the set. However, certain gibberellin treatments—in preliminary experiments—have increased fruit set on lime, lemon, and orange trees.

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