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Morphactins as possible fruit thinning agents for peaches

, : Morphactins as possible fruit thinning agents for peaches. Acta Horticulturae (34): 353-357

Aqueous solutions of 30-40 p.p.m. applied 10 days after full bloom had a thinning effect similar to the routine hand thinning commonly carried out 40 days after full bloom.

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