Sucrose spray on tomato: Foliage sprays applied before pulling help transplants to survive storage, heat, other shocks
AuthorsPaul G. Smith
Frank W. Zink
Authors AffiliationsPaul G. Smith is Assistant Professor of Truck Crops, University of California College of Agriculture, Davis; Frank W. Zink is Assistant Specialist in Truck Crops, University of California College of Agriculture, El Centro.
Hilgardia 5(8):7-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v005n08p7. August 1951.
Sucrose foliage sprays reduce transplant shock of tomatoes.
Smith P, Zink F. 1951. Sucrose spray on tomato: Foliage sprays applied before pulling help transplants to survive storage, heat, other shocks. Hilgardia 5(8):7-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v005n08p7
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