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Floral initiation in pear trees

, : Floral initiation in pear trees. Acta Horticulturae (34): 193-198

An analysis of several thousand spurs of Bartlett pear showed that leaves promote whereas fruit or seeds inhibit floral initiation in the terminal buds. On spurs with a low leaf number chlormequat and daminozide had a promoting effect on floral initiation, but GA3 was inhibitory.

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