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Response of Brussels sprouts to chemical pinching with M & B 25.105, a new plant growth regulator



Response of Brussels sprouts to chemical pinching with M & B 25.105, a new plant growth regulator



Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 42(2, II): 1701-1704



The marketable yield of field-grown Brussels sprouts (cv. Citadel) treated once with 4000 or 6000 p.p.m. M & B 25.105 was equivalent to that produced by manually pinched plants, outyielding the control (unpinched) by 10-18%.

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