Notes: Auxin Sprays Affect Development of Pinus radiata Strobili
Abstract:The auxin 2,4,5-T in a 30 ppm aqueous solution was sprayed onto strobili of Pinus radiata at receptivity. Initially it caused considerable increase in growth rate, but generally this ended some 2 months later, in the death of the strobili. Forest Sci. 17:14-15.
Keywords: Growth regulators (plant)
Document Type: News
Affiliations: Technical Officer, Forest Research Institute, Private Bag., Rotorua, New Zealand
Publication date: 1971-03-01
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