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Studies on the effect of physiologically active substances on the growth and development of apple trees in a meadow orchard


, : Studies on the effect of physiologically active substances on the growth and development of apple trees in a meadow orchard. Sbornik Nauchnykh Rabot N i Zonal' n In ta Sadovod Nechernozem, Polosy 10: 128-136

Studies were carried out on trees whose trunks, after planting, were laid horizontally to produce vertical shoots. Trees treated with physiologically active substances showed reduced shoot growth (shorter internodes) and increased leaf surface area/unit length of shoot but treatments had no effect on the formation of flower buds on vigorous shoots.

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