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  1. Vol. 53 No. 3, p. 137-139
    Received: Mar 14, 1960

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Effects of Seed Treatment and Foliar Spray Applications of Gibbberellic Acid on Grain Sorghum1

  1. A. W. Pauli and
  2. F. C. Stickler2



Rates of laboratory germination were increased by gibberellic acid in three varieties of grain sorghum. Field emergence rate in Midland grain sorghum was increased by dust and slurry applications to seed. Final emergence, maturity, plant height, grain yields, and components of yield were not influenced. Yields were not consistently increased by foliar sprays.

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