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Effect of etiolation on stooling of guava

Indian Agriculturist 35(2): 101-105
Effect of etiolation on stooling of guava
Three-year-old layered guava Harijha plants were sawn back near to ground level in Mar. and allowed to sprout until June. For etiolation, plants were covered with black polyethylene on wooden frames. For localized etiolation, 25-mm-wide black adhesive tape was applied to the shoots 30 cm from the apex.

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