Seedless Calimyrna figs: Produced without caprifigs by spraying with growth regulators
AuthorsJulian C. Crane
Authors AffiliationsJulian C. Crane is Assistant Professor of Pomology, and Assistant Pomologist in the Experiment Station, Davis; Rene Blondeau is Plant Physiologist, Shell Agricultural Laboratory, Modesto.
Hilgardia 2(2):7-8. DOI:10.3733/ca.v002n02p7. February 1948.
Seedless Calimyrna figs may be produced without the use of male or caprifigs, by spraying the trees with a solution of indolebutyric acid at caprification—pollination—time.
Crane J, Blondeau R. 1948. Seedless Calimyrna figs: Produced without caprifigs by spraying with growth regulators. Hilgardia 2(2):7-8. DOI:10.3733/ca.v002n02p7
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