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Studies on regulating strawberry growth with light. I. Regulating leaf growth and flower formation in strawberry with light treatments



Studies on regulating strawberry growth with light. I. Regulating leaf growth and flower formation in strawberry with light treatments



Bulletin of the Shizuoka Agricultural Experiment Station (24): 54-60



Plants of the strawberry Hohkohwase were planted in late September and protected by plastic or glass in late October. At the same time the plants were subjected to extra illumination or to 3 h light interruptions during the night. Leaf growth and development of flower buds on the 2nd cluster were enhanced by long day treatment but flower bud differentiation on the 3rd cluster was inhibited by it.

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