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Cutting Propagation: A Guide to Propagating and Producing Floriculture Crops
Flurprimidol Foliar Sprays and Substrate Drenches Control Growth of `Pacino' Pot Sunflowers
Flurprimidol substrate drenches at 2 mg a.i. per 15.3 cm (6 inch) pot were more effective on ‘Pacino’ pot sunfl owers (Helianthus annuus) than fl urprimidol foliar sprays of ≥30 mg.L–1 (ppm), but…
Ethylene: Sources, Symptoms, and Prevention for Greenhouse Crops
© 2000, North Carolina State University Introduction Ethylene (C 2 H 4 ) is an odorless, colorless gas which acts as a plant hormone. Thus it can be a growth regulator or a harmful pollutant of…
Efficacy of Plant Growth Regulators on the Growth of Vigorous Osteospermum Cultivars
Vigorous osteospermum cultivars Congo and Wildside and ‘Lusaka’ received foliar sprays or substrate drenches of paclobutrazol or uniconazole, suggesting that higher concentrations of daminozide or chlormequat may or not be effective at any concentration and may result in increased phytotoxicity.
Ornamental Cabbage and Kale Growth Responses to Daminozide, Paclobutrazol, and Uniconazole
Paclobutrazol foliar sprays were ineffective in controlling plant height and diameter of either ‘Osaka White’ or ‘Nagoya Red’ and a wholesale grower who would desire a smaller diameter plant should use a uniconazole spray of 16 mg·L–1.
Foliar Symptomology and Tissue Concentrations of Nutrient‐Deficient Vegetative Strawflower Plants
Abstract Elemental deficiencies of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, sulfur, iron, manganese, copper, zinc, or boron (N, P, K, Ca, Mg, S, Fe, Mn, Cu, Zn, or B) were induced in…
ABSCISIC ACID DRENCHES IMPROVE POSTPRODUCTION SHELF LIFE OF IMPATIENS
EFFICACY OF FLURPRIMIDOL (TOPFLOR) ON BEDDING PLANTS
Evaluation of the Abnormal Grain Growth in an ASTM 213 Grade T91 Steel.
Ornamental Cabbage and Kale Cultivar Comparison Study: Growth Characteristics and Response to Daminozide and Uniconazole Foliar Sprays
To further investigate PGR efficacy, seven outstanding cultivars selected in 1998 were treated with 5,000 ppm daminozide or 5 ppm uniconazole 14 days after potting (4 weeks after sowing) in Fall 1999.