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Effect of soil temperature and forcing method on scion budbreak and growth of citrus nursery trees



Effect of soil temperature and forcing method on scion budbreak and growth of citrus nursery trees



Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1994; 106: 62-62



Two experiments were conducted to determine the effect of different soil temperatures and forcing methods on scion bud break and growth of Swingle citrumelo and Cleopatra mandarin rootstock seedlings budded with orange Hamlin. In the first study, budded seedlings were grown at soil temperatures of 15 or 25 degrees C for 7 weeks following bud forcing by bending.

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