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Response of standard and dwarf cucumber lines to exogenously applied GA's



Response of standard and dwarf cucumber lines to exogenously applied GA's



HortScience 8(3, II): 274



Gibberellic acid (GA) had a greater effect on hypocotyl growth in the dwarf variety New Hampshire Tiny Dill than in the standard vine varieties Gynoecious 3 and Clipper 2.

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