[NAFEX] Hardening-off Question
lucky.pittman at murraystate.edu
Wed Aug 10 09:46:43 EDT 2005
At 07:18 AM 8/10/2005, J.Fruth wrote:
> Here's a question a lot of us wold like to know the answer to: Does
>anyone have an answer? "Physiologically speaking, what happens inside the
>branches, twigs, trunk, etc. of fruit trees as the harden off for the
I'm not a plant physiologist/pathologist, but I suspect the answer lies in
the degree of lignification - development of increasing amounts of lignins
- the compounds which give woody plants(as well as grasses) much of their
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