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The effect of GA3, Alar and CCC on citrus cuttings

Acta Horticulturae (49): 147-155

The effect of GA3, Alar and CCC on citrus cuttings

Effects of GA3 and Alar on growth characteristics and on flower formation were studied on cuttings of Citrus madurensis grown under temperate and tropical conditions. Under both conditions application of GA3 resulted in relatively low root weight and strongly increased shoot dry matter but elongation, growth and total dry matter were only promoted under temperate conditions.

Accession: 000532053

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