In article <11FEB199310005261 at rigel.tamu.edu> jlw2582 at rigel.tamu.edu (WHITSON, JOHN LEE) writes:
>Does anyone know of an internode-length reducer that i can get my hands
>on? i've been told that Gibberelic acid inhibitors work quite nicely,
>but everyone (outside of the Hort dept at Texas A&M) that i've asked has
>met my question with a blank stare.
>jlw2582 at rigel.tamu.edu
Your source was referring to inhibitors of gibberellin synthesis.
Compounds with names like AMO-1618, B-9, CCC, etc. These will
"dwarf" many kinds of dicots, such as chrysanthemums. They
result in reduced intermode length but normal size flowers.
William K. Purves
Department of Biology
Harvey Mudd College
Claremont, CA 91711