Application of 1% ethyl ester of napthaleneacetic acid (NAA) in an aqueous or latex formulation to trunk and scaffold branches of pruned lemon trees [C. limon (L.) Burm.] did not affect yield during the season of application or during the year following application. Regrowth of trunk and limb sprouts was controlled for approximately 1 year.
Received for publication February 7, 1976. This report does not constitute a recommendation, nor does it imply that materials tested are registered for use.
University of California, Cooperative Extension Service.
The authors wish to thank Carol Adams and C. B. Cree for the statistical analysis. They also wish to express their appreciation to Norton Farms for providing trees for experimental work and to Amchem Products, Inc., for providing the NAA.