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Hormonal seasonal changes in peach buds (Prunus persica cv. Meet Ghamr)

Hormonal seasonal changes in peach buds (Prunus persica cv. Meet Ghamr)

Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 17: 205-216

The level of GA-like substances in peach buds was high in April and then it fluctuated until late December when it peaked again. The level of inhibitors rose until December, except for August and September. No inhibitors were detected in late December and early January.

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