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Effect of naturally occurring plant growth factors on growth and yield of rice


, : Effect of naturally occurring plant growth factors on growth and yield of rice. Journal of Phytological Research 8(1): 89-92

Root dipping of rice cultivar IR-36 in growth factors (gibberellins and auxins) extracted from Lantana camara L., a common weed resulted in improved growth, tillering of rice plants, significantly increased grain yield and flowering date advanced by 14 days.


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