Greenhouse Tests with Chemicals for Suppression of Lateral Branching of Decapitated Tobacco Plants.

Abstract

Development of a simple and inexpensive method of suppressing axillary branching would be a matter of practical importance to tobacco growers. This has already been pointed out in a preliminary report of this work (10). Suckering or the removal of branches, is commonly practiced after topping, or decapitation of the tobacco plant at the bud or flower stage… (More)

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@article{Steinberg1950GreenhouseTW, title={Greenhouse Tests with Chemicals for Suppression of Lateral Branching of Decapitated Tobacco Plants.}, author={Robert A. Steinberg}, journal={Plant physiology}, year={1950}, volume={25 1}, pages={103-13} }