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Aspects regarding the effect of BCO 2 sodium salt growth stimulator on tomato plants in different development stages

Aspects regarding the effect of BCO 2 sodium salt growth stimulator on tomato plants in different development stages

Romanian Biotechnological Letters 14(6): 4835-4844

There are presented in this paper the effects produced by the treatments with the sodium salt of 2-chloro, 4-sulphonamido phenoxyacetic acid (BCO 2) applied to tomato seeds and plants. We measured some specific parameters' values in different development stages, compared to an untreated control, proving the growth stimulating action of the compound applied in small concentrations, which don't allow the appearance of this class's substances herbicide effect.

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