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Control of fruit maturation and ripening with growth regulators


, : Control of fruit maturation and ripening with growth regulators. Acta Horticulturae (34): 397-406

A review of work done outside Europe on the chemical control of fruit ripening in cherry, peach, grapevine, apple and pear.


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