Using Spectral Plastics as an Alternative to Chemical Growth Regulators
- Sandra B. Wilson, University of Florida/IFAS/IRREC
- Nihal C. Rajapakse, Clemson University
- Wilson, S. B. and N. C. Rajapakse. 2001. Use of photoselective plastic films to control growth of three perennial salvias. J. Appl. Hort. 3(2):71-74, July-December, 2001.
- Wilson, S. B. and N. C. Rajapakse. 2001. Growth control of Lisianthus by photoselective plastic films. HortTechnology 11:581-584.
- Wilson, S. B. and N. C. Rajapakse. 2001. Growth regulation of sub-tropical perennials by photoselective plastic films. J. Environ. Hort. 19:65-68.
- Krumfolz, L. A., S. B. Wilson, and N. C. Rajapakse. 2001. Growth control of Salvia x 'IndigoSpires' by photoselective plastic films. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 114:241-243.
- Decoteau, D. R., S. B. Wilson, C. L. Ray, and H. H. Graham. 1996. A plant physiologist's view of the perception of light and color by plants. Proc. 26th Nat. Ag. Plastics Con. 158-163.
- Rajapakse, N. C. and S. B. Wilson. 2002. Photoselective greenhouse films can control growth. GM Pro. 22(4):52-59.
- Wilson, S. B., P. J. Stoffella, and L. A. Krumfolz. 2001. Using plastic films to regulate perennial growth. American Nurserymen 194(8):50.
- Wilson, S. B., L. A. Krumfolz, and N. C. Rajapakse. 2001. Photoselective films for height control. Ornamental Outlook 10(10):12-13.
- Kimpel, P. 2002. Plastic film being tested to regulate plant growth. Explore Research at the University of Florida 7(1):4-5.
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