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Gibberellins on chrysanthemum: Properly timed applications of potassium gibberellate sprays improved flower shape of two commercial varieties of pompon

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Peter J. Lert, University of California.

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California Agriculture 13(4):4-4.

Published April 01, 1959

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Significantly longer flower stalks, increased flower spray diameters, and the elimination of clustering of pompon chrysanthemum – varieties Shibuya White and Schneeberg's Yellow Daisy– were obtained in experiments with potassium gibberellate.

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Y. Nishimoto and S. E. Adachi, growers at Mountain View, cooperated in the trials reported in the above article.

Gibberellins on chrysanthemum: Properly timed applications of potassium gibberellate sprays improved flower shape of two commercial varieties of pompon

Peter J. Lert
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Gibberellins on chrysanthemum: Properly timed applications of potassium gibberellate sprays improved flower shape of two commercial varieties of pompon

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Authors

Peter J. Lert, University of California.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 13(4):4-4.

Published April 01, 1959

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Significantly longer flower stalks, increased flower spray diameters, and the elimination of clustering of pompon chrysanthemum – varieties Shibuya White and Schneeberg's Yellow Daisy– were obtained in experiments with potassium gibberellate.

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Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Y. Nishimoto and S. E. Adachi, growers at Mountain View, cooperated in the trials reported in the above article.


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