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Greenhouse variety trial with roses

, : Greenhouse variety trial with roses. Acta Horticulturae (43(1)): 177-182

In a trial of 13 cvs grafted onto Rosa indica major rootstocks the highest yields came from Grand'mere Jenny, Champs Elysees and Carina, with 77.4, 66.9 and 62.19 flowers/m2, respectively. Allegro, Baccara and Super Star produced 81, 77.5 and 75.7%, respectively, of flowers with stems longer than 60 cm. Observations are also reported on thorniness, leaf numbers, Oidium susceptibility and cut-flower life.

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