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The use of CEPA, SADH and mineral salts to defoliate apple trees in nurseries


, : The use of CEPA, SADH and mineral salts to defoliate apple trees in nurseries. Acta Horticulturae (34): 135-138

Ethephon in concentrations greater than 2000 p.p.m. satisfactorily defoliated apple trees while inhibiting tree growth and increasing flowering. However, it sometimes caused bark injury and a lower resistance to frost.

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