Gibberellin research with citrus
C. W. Coggins, University of California
H. Z. Hield, University of California
R. M. Burns, Ventura County
I. L. Eaks, U.C.
L. N. Lewis, U.C.
California Agriculture 20(7):12-13. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v020n07p12.
C. W. Coggins, Jr., is Associate Plant Physiologist, Department of Horticulture, University of California, Riverside; H. Z. Hield is Specialist, Department of Horticulture, University of California, Riverside; R. M. Burns is Farm Advisor, Ventura County; I. L. Eaks is Plant Physiologist, Department of Biochemistry; L. N. Lewis is Associate Horticulturist, Department of Horticulture, U. C., Riverside. Laboratory Technicians J. C. F. Knapp and D. E. Trueblood, Department of Horticulture, assisted with these studies at Riverside.
Valuable cooperation was also received from farm advisors, growers and packers. This research was supported in part by financial aid from the Navel Orange Administrative Committee; Sunkist Growers; Amdal Co. (a division of Abbott Laboratories); Chas. Plizer & Co., lnc.; Elanco Products Co. (a division of Eli Lilly and Co.), and Merck & Co., Inc.