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Painting, a growth-inhibiting measure


, : Painting, a growth-inhibiting measure. Obstbau Weinbau 33(11): 301-303

Treatment of fruit trees with NAA by painting the growth regulator on to shoots to reduce strong apical growth is discussed. This method of application, as opposed to spraying, allows specific parts of a tree to be treated. Advantages of painting with NAA include the reduction of length as well as thickness of treated shoots, while disadvantages include the non-uniformity of its effects.

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