Revista Chapingo Serie Ciencias Forestales y del Ambiente
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Revista Chapingo Serie Ciencias Forestales y del Ambiente
Volume IV, issue 2, July - December 1998
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Bioestimulantes, una oportunidad para incrementar  los rendimientos de resina de pino (Pinus caribeae Morelet, P. Tropicalis Morelet y P. Cubensis Griseb).  
Biostimulants, an opportunity to increase pine resin yield in (Pinus caribeae Morelet, P. Tropicalis Morelet and P. Cubensis Griseb)  

M. Meza-Izquierdo

http://dx.doi.org/0000

Received: 08-10-1998

Accepted: 27-11-1998

Available online: / pages.300-304

 

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  • descriptionAbstract

    Traditionally, stimulating of pine resin production has been done with chemical stimulants. Today, these stimulants are prepared in paste form with concentrations of 40-60% and are used in all of the countries that apply the Method of Bark Spiking Resination. Initial research in the use of biostimulants began in the former USSR and German People’s Republic and introduced in the production pro-cess. Later, Cuba joins in the new alternative to increase resin yields. The experience in Cuba is based on the use of growth regula-tors as biostimulants. The most important results with the species Pinus caribaea Morelet, Pinus tropicalis Morelet, and Pinus cu-bensis Griseb.

    Keyworks: Stimulation, production, pine, growth regulators, beer yeast.
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    &  Meza-Izquierdo, M. (1998).  Biostimulants, an opportunity to increase pine resin yield in (Pinus caribeae Morelet, P. Tropicalis Morelet and P. Cubensis Griseb)  . Revista Chapingo Serie Ciencias Forestales y del Ambiente, IV(2), 300-304. http://dx.doi.org/0000