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Paclobutrazol affects growth of almond fruits and germination of almond seeds

Plant growth regulation 20(3): 267-269
Paclobutrazol affects growth of almond fruits and germination of almond seeds
Paclobutrazol (PBZ) applied to almond fruits 25 days after full bloom delayed the growth of fruits and seeds. The period of the delay and the amount of retardation depended on the paclobutrazol concentration applied. Seeds from the treated fruits germinated well, except those treated twice with 4000 mg L-1 which showed only a low percentage of germination. Seeds treated just before sowing failed to germinate.

Accession: 002914649

DOI: 10.1007/bf00043317

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