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Morphactins in fruit growing: early indications

, : Morphactins in fruit growing: early indications. Acta Horticulturae (34): 497-507

A review of the use of these recently developed substances for fruit thinning, fruit loosening, improving the quantity and distribution of fruit buds, and maintaining soil cover vegetation in orchards and tropical tree plantations.

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