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Symposium on potplants

, : Symposium on potplants. Acta Horticulturae (31): 194

The papers presented at this symposium held at Aalsmeer in November, 1971, are as follows: The cultivation of pot plants in The Netherlands, by J. van Doesburg; Growth acceleration, improving of quality and timing of flowering by influencing temperature and light, by W. Runger; Bud formation in azaleas, by H. Pettersen; Propagation, growth and flowering of potted roses, by R. Moe; Some photoperiodic responses of begonia, by K.

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