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The effect of SADH, chlormequat and some fatty acids and their derivatives on apple trees


, : The effect of SADH, chlormequat and some fatty acids and their derivatives on apple trees. Acta Horticulturae (34): 189-192

Waste plant oils containing fatty acid derivatives and other growth inhibitors were highly active in selectively killing or inhibiting terminal buds of apple trees. The effects of daminozide or chlormequat in retarding the growth of one-year-old shoots of apple trees were greater if the waste plant oils or selected synthetic fatty acid derivatives were also used.

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