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Effects of foliar application of plant growth regulating substances on the tuber formation of Eleocharis kuroguwai, a perennial weed

, : Effects of foliar application of plant growth regulating substances on the tuber formation of Eleocharis kuroguwai, a perennial weed. Japanese Journal of Crop Science 47(3): 395-399

E. kuroguwai (Cyperaceae) plants in pots were sprayed before the beginning of tuber production with many growth regulators + wetter (Tween-20) at various concns. at 10-day intervals from 31 July to 9 September 1975; tuber production was assessed on 15 September.


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