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Plant regulator induced male sterility in seeded grapes

, : Plant regulator induced male sterility in seeded grapes. Acta Horticulturae (34): 279-282

TIBA (300 or 400 p.p.m.) and MH (500 or 750 p.p.m.) applied to panicles of the grapevine Anab-e-Shahi within 1-12 days of their emergence were effective in inducing some degree of male sterility. The effectiveness of the sprays increased with concentration, and repeat applications were much more effective than single sprays.

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