Effectiveness of growth regulators, based on the heterylcarbon acid, on forcing of Tulips (Tulips HD)Journal
: Path of Science: International Electronic Scientific Journal (Vol.2, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2016-03-31
Authors : Derevianko Natalia; Brazhko Oleksandr; Zavgorodniy Mykhailo; Brazhko Olena; Ukraine;
Page : 7.1-7.8
Keywords : growth regulators; heterylcarbon acid; forcing of tulips; antioxidant activity.;
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The main factor in growing flowers for forcing is their rate of growth, on account of the fact that in short period of time it is necessary to grow quickly a large number of flowers and to cut them simultaneously.
The influence of growth regulators (CR) based on heterylcarbon acid on the forcing of tulips in greenhouse conditions (winter period) was studied. It was determined that the application of of the basic within tulip’s forcing period reduces in average to 5 days (from all period of forcing). In case of application the tulip’s forcing period also reduces to 3 days (from all period of forcing) compared with a control group of tulips. The ability of the plant growth regulators under research to accelerate growing properties of flowers is associated with the presence of heterylcarbon acid and potassium ions in their structure of substances. These growth regulators relate to non-toxic compounds and possess antioxidant properties.
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