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Experiments with gibberellic acid for increasing fruit set in clementine mandarins


, : Experiments with gibberellic acid for increasing fruit set in clementine mandarins. Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per l' Agrumicoltura1971; 3/4: 79-91

Setting percentages ranging from 3.9 to 8.6 (average 5.0) were obtained when 1000 and 500 p.p.m. solutions of GA were applied to single branches at various stages during flowering. The average fruit set on untreated branches was only 0.5%. The best time of application was at the first appearance of the flower buds. The treatment had little effect on acidity and total solids, but the vitamin C and juice contents were slightly raised, fruit size was lessened, and the colour became more uniform.

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