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Brian A. Krug, Brian E. Whipker, and Ingram McCall

., 1995 ), or 3 to 4 mg/pot a.i. ( Wilfret, 1993 ). All drenches are applied when new growth emerges through the top of the substrate. Wilfret (1993) reported substrate drenches of uniconazole (Sumagic; Valent USA, Marysville, Ohio) at 1 to 2 mg/pot a

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Mack Thetford, Stuart L. Warren', Frank A. Blazich, and Judith F. Thomas

. Uniconazole was provided by Valent U.S.A., Walnut Creek, Calif. Technical assistance of William M. Reece and Juan R. Acedo is gratefully acknowledged. Special thanks to Kent O. Burkey, U.S. Dept. Agr., Agr. Res. Serv., Raleigh for assistance with plant pigment

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Janet C. Cole, Robert O. Brown, and Mark E. Payton

Ancymidol and uniconazole are plant growth regulators that slow plant growth by inhibiting sterol and gibberellin biosynthesis ( Henry, 1985 ; Shive and Sisler, 1976 ). These growth regulators have been shown to restrict height of several

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Lucia E. Villavicencio, James A. Bethke, and Lea Corkidi

, 1990 ). The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of uniconazole on potted vegetable transplants. Vegetable gardening is gaining popularity ( National Gardening Association, 2009 ), and this is the only PGR that can legally be used on some

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Smit le Roux and Graham H. Barry

paclobutrazol reduced internode length, and hence shoot length, of ‘Valencia’ sweet orange ( Citrus sinensis ) in Cuba. Uniconazole (Sunny®; Valent BioSciences, Chicago) reduced shoot length, number of lateral shoots per terminal, number of nodes per terminal

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Matthew G. Blanchard and Erik S. Runkle

chemicals such as paclobutrazol or uniconazole, which are absorbed by roots and transported in the xylem ( Davis et al., 1988 ). A pretransplant liner dip has been reported to inhibit stem elongation in potted plants and herbaceous perennials. In poinsettia

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Christopher J. Currey, Nicholas J. Flax, and Kellie J. Walters

)], paclobutrazol [10, 20, or 40 mg·L −1 (Piccolo; Fine Americas)], or uniconazole [5, 10, or 20 mg·L −1 (Concise; Fine Americas)] applied at a rate of 2 qt/100 ft 2 with a hand sprayer. Following PGR applications, all treated plants for a single cultivar were

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Sonali R. Padhye and Judith K. Groninger

that the height of pampas grass was controlled with substrate drenches of ancymidol, paclobutrazol, or uniconazole. The height of purple fountain grass ( Pennisetum × advena ‘Rubrum’) was controlled by spray applications of 50 mg·L −1 ancymidol or

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Christopher J. Currey, Diane M. Camberato, Ariana P. Torres, and Roberto G. Lopez

, Walnut Creek, CA), 2.0 or 4.0 ppm paclobutrazol (Bonzi; Syngenta Crop Protection, Greensboro, NC), or 1.0 or 2.0 ppm uniconazole (Concise; Fine Americas). For pansy, drenches were solutions containing deionized water (control), 1.0 or 2.0 ppm ancymidol

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Christopher J. Currey, Kellie J. Walters, and Kenneth G. McCabe

chloride, chlormequat chloride and daminozide, ethephon, paclobutrazol, and uniconazole ( Barrett and Schoellhorn, 2001 ; Kamoutsis and Matsoukis, 2003 ; Matsoukis et al., 2004 ; Matsoukis and Chronopoulou-Sereli, 2005 ; Ruter, 1996 ). Applying PGRs