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The induction of parthenocarpy in 'Cox's Orange Pippin'


, : The induction of parthenocarpy in 'Cox's Orange Pippin'. Acta Horticulturae (34): 311-316

The production of parthenocarpic fruit was induced in Cox's Orange Pippin by single spray treatment with a mixture of a synthetic auxin, a cytokinin and gibberellic acid.

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