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Using gibberellic acid sprays on navel oranges

Summary

The use of gibberellic acid (GA) is one of the most effective management tools available to citrus growers to improve rind quality and delay rind aging.

Appropriate use of GA can result in better packouts and market outturns.

Applying GA can be a costly exercise in terms of time and money, so it needs to be done right.

This Primefact outlines how to get the most out of your GA sprays by providing information to help you decide when and how to apply GA to navel oranges.




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Primefact 800 First Edition

Published: Jun 2008