Growth regulator controls tomato transplant height
AuthorsGary W. Hickman
Edward J. Perry
Robert J. Mullen
Authors AffiliationsGary W. Hickman is Farm Advisor, University of California Cooperative Extension, San Joaquin County; Edward J. Perry is Farm Advisor, Stanislaus County; Robert J. Mullen is Farm Advisor, San Joaquin County; Richard Smith is Farm Advisor, San Benito County.
Hilgardia 43(5):19-20. DOI:10.3733/ca.v043n05p19. September 1989.
A new plant growth regulator, uniconazole, controlled height of greenhouse-grown fresh market tomato transplants in a 1-year trial. Field results showed no effect on final yields and quality.
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