Comparative Effects of Uniconazole Drench and Spray on Shoot Elongation of Hybrid Lilies

@inproceedings{Jiao1990ComparativeEO,
  title={Comparative Effects of Uniconazole Drench and Spray on Shoot Elongation of Hybrid Lilies},
  author={J. Jiao and Xingfen Wang and M. James Tsujita},
  year={1990}
}
Uniconazole was applied as a drench or spray to six hybrid lily (Liliurn sp.) cultivars. Spray application was generally more effective than drench in reducing shoot elongation rate in the first few weeks, and then the efficacy decreased and was less effective than the drench at later stages of plant development. At flowering, a unicon- azole drench at 0.1 mg/pot was ineffective for height reduction in 'Bravo', 'Juliana', and 'Sunray' lilies. At higher rates, uniconazole drench was similar to… CONTINUE READING