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The effects of cyclohexandion on the growth and ripening of sugarcane. A comparison with glyphosate

, : The effects of cyclohexandion on the growth and ripening of sugarcane. A comparison with glyphosate. Japanese Journal of Tropical Agriculture 34(4): 260-264

In greenhouse experiments with sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum) NCO 310 it was found that the growth of apical and intercalary meristems of the stalk and of young tissues in upper leaf blades of 21-leaf-stage plants were inhibited if leaves 2-5 were brushed with 2 ml of solution containing 2 or 5 mg cyclohexandion (KUH833, a plant growth retardant) or 4 mg glyphosate. The growth inhibitory effects of cyclohexandion and glyphosate lasted for 2-3 and 6 weeks, resp.

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