Gibberellic Acid Seed Treatment in Rice (July 1993)

Steven Linscombe, Dunand, Richard T.  |  3/16/2005 8:43:51 PM

Gibberellic acid (GA3) was the first naturally occurring plant growth regulator (PGR) labeled for use on rice in the United States. GA3 is now profoundly influencing rice production in the southern United States. This bulletin describes the cultural and varietal problems related to emergence that needed to be addressed and provides the step-by-step approach leading to the use of GA3 as a seed treatment. (PDF Format Only)
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