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Recent work on the properties of gibberellic acid



Recent work on the properties of gibberellic acid



Riv. int. Agric 1: 10-11, 68-76. bibl. 20



The director of the Botanical Institute of the University of Parma gives brief details of some of his recent experiments with gibberellic acid. It has stimulated the germination of lettuce seeds, the sprouting of dormant buds in Fagus sylvatica and the bud growth of other woody plants such as lilac. The author discusses the evident possibility of increasing ultimate yields by appropriate use. His own experiments showed that certain long day plants, e.g.

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