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The effect of plant growth regulators on some vegetable crops in Ghana-a review of recent research


, : The effect of plant growth regulators on some vegetable crops in Ghana-a review of recent research. Acta Horticulturae (33): 121-122

The use of MH, chlormequat, GA and ethephon is reviewed.

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