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Influence of temperature on vegetative and floral development of Haemanthus X hybridus 'Konig Albert'


, : Influence of temperature on vegetative and floral development of Haemanthus X hybridus 'Konig Albert'. Acta Horticulturae (43 (1)): 93-100

The influence of temperature on dormancy breaking was studied. The maximum number of foliage leaves developed when plants were given a rest period, after leaf-fall, of 80-120 days at 10-15 deg C. At 25 deg their development was prevented and at temperatures of 5 deg and below the plants died. A correlation existed between the number of foliage leaves produced and flower formation.

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