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  1. Bull. Spec. CORESTA Congress, Guangzhou 1988, p. 104, A-23

    Effects of contact and systemic sucker control agents on agronomic characteristics and chemical components of sun-cured tobacco

    AZIMI HOSSEINY R.
    Iranian Tobacco Company, Tehran, Iran
    A study was carried out in 1981-83 on sun-cured tobacco for water pipes. The following treatments were used: MH-30, IM-30, MM-30, OM-30 (disthanolanine salt of MH), OM-K (potassium salt of MH), Off-Shoot-T (1-decanol + octanol), linseed oil, sesam oil, ...
  2. Bull. Spec. CORESTA Congress, Guangzhou 1988, p. 105, A-24

    Evaluation of yield, quality and sucker control performance of flue-cured tobacco when treated with flumetralin and butralin in reduced doses with a surfactant

    ISLEIB P.
    Agronomist at Tabasa Tabacos S.A. Italy
    A trial was conducted in order to check if it was possible to reduce the amount of active ingredient per hectare of flumetralin and butralin when a surfactant (alkyl-phenol polyglycoether) was added at a concentration of 2% of the mixture. Flumetralin ...
  3. Bull. Spec. CORESTA Congress, Guangzhou 1988, p. 107, A-26

    Study of physiological effects of 2,4-epi brassinolide (Br) on the growth and development of tobacco plants, the quality and yield of the flue-cured tobacco

    HAN J.F.; QI Q.G.; ZHANG X.M.; ZHAO Y.Y.
    Henan Agricultural University, Zhengzhou, Henan, China
    The physiological effects of Br on the tobacco seed vigor (CVNC89) and the growth and development of the tobacco plant (NC89) have been studied by using field culture and hydroponics for two years (1986, 1987). The results showed that after submergence in ...
  4. Bull. Spec. CORESTA Congress, Guangzhou 1988, p. 108, A-27

    Comparison of biochemical changes in foliar senescence

    NAKATANI H.X.; BALIGA V.L.; DUNN R.L.; MOOZ E.D.; RAPP SHERWOOD K.; TENHEC S.W.; UYDESS I.L.
    Philip Morris USA, Research Center, Richmond, VA, USA
    The objective of this study was to compare specific biochemical events associated with the foliar senescence of green, bright tobacco leaves (Nicotiana tabacum L., Coker 319) from greenhouse and field material. Five plants per sampling period were ...
  5. Bull. Spec. CORESTA Congress, Guangzhou 1988, p. 109, A-28

    The relation of the quality of aromatic tobacco to their chemical constituents

    RYU M.H.; KIM Y.O.; SHON H.J.; SYHDONIDIS G.D.
    Korea Ginseng and Tobacco Research Institute, Kyungbuk, South Korea.
    The relation of the chemical constituents to the quality of aromatic leaves were compared between two groups of samples with different quality, 1) at different growing environments of conventional late and early transplanting in Korea, and planting in ...