Improvement in Handpicking Efficiency of Satsuma Mandarin Fruit with Combination Treatments of Gibberellin, Prohydrojasmon and Ethephon

@article{Sato2017ImprovementIH,
  title={Improvement in Handpicking Efficiency of Satsuma Mandarin Fruit with Combination Treatments of Gibberellin, Prohydrojasmon and Ethephon},
  author={Keiko Sato and Yoshinori Ikoma},
  journal={The Horticulture Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={86},
  pages={283-290}
}
To improve labor-saving during harvests, the efficiency of handpicking fruit was examined for the satsuma mandarin with the plant growth regulators gibberellin (GA), prohydrojasmon (PDJ), and ethephon (ET). In this study, concentrations of plant growth regulators were set 5 mg·L−1 for GA and 50 mg·L−1 for PDJ, respectively. Spraying of a GA plus PDJ solution on Aug. 27, Sep. 21, and Oct. 27 (triplicate spraying) improved the success rate of handpicking (SRH), as compared with a control… 

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