Gibberellins on chrysanthemum: Properly timed applications of potassium gibberellate sprays improved flower shape of two commercial varieties of pompon
Peter J. Lert, University of California.
California Agriculture 13(4):4-4. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v013n04p4.
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Significantly longer flower stalks, increased flower spray diameters, and the elimination of clustering of pompon chrysanthemum – varieties Shibuya White and Schneeberg's Yellow Daisy– were obtained in experiments with potassium gibberellate.
Peter J. Lert is Farm Advisor, Santa Clara County, University of California.
Y. Nishimoto and S. E. Adachi, growers at Mountain View, cooperated in the trials reported in the above article.