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ROLE OF GROWTH HORMONES IN CHILLIES - A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC4320 | Page : 145-148
Citation :- ROLE OF GROWTH HORMONES IN CHILLIES - A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2002.(23):145-148
B.R. Choudhary, M.S. Fageria and R.S. Dhaka
Address : Department of Horticulture, S KN College of Agriculture, (RAU), Jobner (Jaipur) c 303329. India

Abstract

The discovery of plant growth substances has proved revolutionary in increasing the production of horticultural crops. The great potentialities of various plant growth substances for maximizing vegetative growth, yield and quality of chilli have been emphasized. Further, these can also be used for the production of polyploidy and male sterility to overcome interspecific incompatibilities and for economic hybrid seed production. This paper reviews the research work done in India on the use of various plant growth substances in chilli production.

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