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Gxbberellic Acid Comments
GXBBERELLIC ACID: Effect on Cattleyas For commentary refer to A57-496+; A58-398+ and 537+ 0
GXBBERELLIC ACID: Effect on Cymbidiums Three bulb divisions were treated with Ethylene Glycol Ether Gibberellate 0.6% in a solvent 5.1 acetone; isopropanol system; spray was directed at spikes using atomizertype hand spray to point of run-off; flowers increased in size and opened earlier. A70-1005+; OD72-62 0
GXBBERELLIC ACID: Effect on Dendrobiums The acid at four different concentrations was used on 325 pseudobulbs; treatment with 7.5 ppm. soaked for ten minutes twice with one day interval produced the most sprouts. A62-986+ 0

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