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Gibberellic acid: some observations on an application to Panicum maximum


, : Gibberellic acid: some observations on an application to Panicum maximum. Rev. Agric., Piracicaba, 33: 1, 63-6. bibl. 3

In Sao Paulo State there is shortage of forage during June-Aug. (the coldest and driest months of the year) because of poor plant growth, especially of Panicum maximum, the most important forage species. In a plot trial, gibberellic acid applied to P. maximum in late June increased dry-matter yields by up to 300% over a period of about 1 month.

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