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Effect of growth regulators on plum and cherry trees

Acta Horticulturae (34): 203-206

Effect of growth regulators on plum and cherry trees

In both plum and cherry trees daminozide or ethephon was used to control tree growth, induce flowering and bring young trees into early bearing.

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