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Chemical ripening of variety B.41227 in Trinidad


, : Chemical ripening of variety B.41227 in Trinidad. Seventeenth Congress of the International Society of Sugar Cane Technologists Volume I: 663-675

In trials from 1976 to 1979 on the B.41227, glyphosate based products such as Mon 2139, XHH148 and Mon 8000 were superior to Polaris (glyphosine) as indicated by increases in pol % cane. Embark-2-S and Ethrel (ethephon) were less effective than Polaris and FR600/1 (asulam) was ineffective. Growth cessation, reductions in cane weight and desiccation all occurred to a small extent with most ripeners but were not always associated with sucrose enhancement.


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