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Floral initiation in pear trees


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


Accession: 000095698



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