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Trials with physiologically-active substances for prevention of lodging and recovery of lodged crops of wheat and barley



Trials with physiologically-active substances for prevention of lodging and recovery of lodged crops of wheat and barley



Rasteniev' dni Nauki 26(2): 3-8



Effects of growth regulators used since 1967 in Bulgaria to prevent lodging of wheat and barley and for the recovery of lodged crops are reviewed briefly. CCC at 3 kg/ha for winter wheat and Camposan or Terpal at 3 kg/ha for winter barley applied from the end of tillering to the beginning of stem elongation gave the most effective prevention of lodging in both crops. The retardants can be applied in mixture with 2,4-D.

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