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Effects of gibberellic acid on fruit set of Passe Crassane pear

, : Effects of gibberellic acid on fruit set of Passe Crassane pear. Acta Horticulturae (80): 143-147

In 5 years' trials, GA3 sprays significantly increased fruit set in Passe Crassane pears following spring frost damage, under conditions when natural parthenocarpy was low.

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