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Use of the greenhouse during summer with different Chrysanthemum indicum varieties

Acta Horticulturae (43 (1)): 167-172

Use of the greenhouse during summer with different Chrysanthemum indicum varieties

Greenhouses in central Italy which are not in use after mid-July may profitably be used to grow chrysanthemum cvs which take not more than 10 weeks from transplanting to flowering and so can be sold on or before 1 November.

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