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Ryan J. Hill, David R. King, Richard Zollinger, and Marcelo L. Moretti

-naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) has been successfully used to control basal sprouts in several crops ( Boswell and McCarty, 1974 ; Eynard et al., 1986 ; Holt and Chism, 1988 ; Stover et al., 2006 ) and has shown some success in sucker control in hazelnut in Europe

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Steven McArtney, Duane Greene, Tory Schmidt, and Rongcai Yuan

sufficient return bloom. Table 1. Effects of early summer naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) and ethephon sprays applied in 2007 on return bloom of ‘York Imperial’/M.9 apples in 2008 in Virginia. z Table 2. Effects of AVG on the efficacy of early summer NAA and

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Steven McArtney, Dick Unrath, J.D. Obermiller, and Ann Green

naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) treatments in 2004 on bloom of ‘Golden Delicious’ and ‘Fuji’ apple trees in 2005. Table 2. Effects of time of four applications of 5 ppm (mg·L −1 ) naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) at different times in 2004 on bloom of ‘Golden Delicious

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M. Elizabeth Rutledge, John Frampton, Gary Blank, and L. Eric Hinesley

and McKinley, 1999 ). Sucker-Stopper RTU (SS-RTU) [1.15% ethyl 1-naphthalene acetic acid (NAA); Lawn and Garden Products, Inc., Fresno, CA] is used to reduce or prevent the growth of sprouts and suckers on various woody plants. Naturally occurring

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Hong Zhu, Eric P. Beers, and Rongcai Yuan

and Palmer, 1982 ; Yuan and Greene, 2000b ). Some researchers reported that the primary mechanism of fruit thinning by chemical thinners such as naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) and 6-benzylaminopurine (6-BA) is the result of reduced carbohydrates

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C.R. Unrath, J.D. Obermiller, A. Green, and S.J. McArtney

preharvest fruit drop can occur independently of fruit ethylene production ( Sun et al., 2009 ). Losses resulting from preharvest fruit drop can be mitigated by applying either naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA; Fruitone L; AMVAC Chemical, Newport Beach, CA) or

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Jure Kolarič, Irena Mavrič Pleško, Stanislav Tojnko, and Matej Stopar

significant differences among means drawn on the same vertical order. Means separation was done by Duncan's multiple range test ( P < 0.05). NAA = naphthaleneacetic acid; BA = 6-benzyladenine. Ethylene evolution was measured before treatment on the day of

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Hong Zhu, Rongcai Yuan, Duane W. Greene, and Eric P. Beers

). Increased abscission of young apple fruit caused by the chemical thinner naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) is linked with increased ethylene production; hence, NAA may act in part through ethylene signaling ( Curry, 1991 ; Zhu et al., 2008 ). The pathway of

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Ray E. Worley

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R. Nunez-Elisea, M.L. Caldeira, W. Ferreira, and T.L. Davenport