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Foliar penetration of plant growth substances with special reference to tree fruits


, : Foliar penetration of plant growth substances with special reference to tree fruits. Acta Horticulturae (34): 69-78

Factors influencing wetting, and the retention and penetration of foliar-applied growth regulators are reviewed, with special reference to tree fruit culture.

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