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Orange yield and removal studies with air and trunk shakers using two abscission chemicals


Orange yield and removal studies with air and trunk shakers using two abscission chemicals



Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 88: 120-124



Release at 200 or 250 p.p.m. or Acti-Aid at 20 p.p.m. was applied to Queen orange trees during the blossom period and to Valencia trees at 3 stages of young fruit development, and 4 or 5 days after spraying they were harvested by air or trunk shakers or by hand. With Queen trees the percentage mature fruits removed amounted to 98 and 92% on trees sprayed with Release and Acti-Aid, respectively, the corresponding precentages with Valencias being 86 and 74%, respectively.

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