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Firmness of sweet cherry prunus avium fruit following multiple applications of gibberellic acid


Firmness of sweet cherry prunus avium fruit following multiple applications of gibberellic acid



Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 110(6): 775-777



ISSN/ISBN: 0003-1062

Multiple applications (1-3) of 10 and 50 ppm GA3 to 'Bing' and 'Lambert' (Prunus avium L.) sweet cherries increased fruit firmness and weight, and delayed harvest. Firmness was positively related to dose of GA3 (number of applications .times. concentration), soluble solids (SS), and in leaf/fruit ratio. GA3 interacted with SS so that the effect of GA3 dose on firmness was decreased at higher SS levels. Fruit coloring was delayed by GA3.

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