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The use of anti-gibberellins in the production of tulips as pot plants


, : The use of anti-gibberellins in the production of tulips as pot plants. Progress in plant growth regulation Proceedings of the 14th international conference on plant growth substances, Amsterdam, 21-26 July, 1991: 852-858

Bulbs of tulip Apeldoorn were stored at 5 degrees C for 12 weeks, then treated with one of the triazole-type growth retardants uniconazole, paclobutrazol or BAS 111 (phenoxydimethyl triazolylhexanol), at different concentrations. Treatment was applied by coating or dipping the bulbs before planting in pots, or as a soil drench after planting. Pots were placed in a greenhouse at 18-20 degrees.

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