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Additional lighting of lilies (cv. Enchantment) in the winter to prevent flower-bud abscission






Acta Horticulturae (47): 237-240

Additional lighting of lilies (cv. Enchantment) in the winter to prevent flower-bud abscission

In the Netherlands the forcing of Enchantment lilies in the winter is impeded by the occurrence of flower-bud abscission and blasting. Higher temperatures in the glasshouse promote bud abscission, but the light factor is crucial. The flower buds are most likely to undergo abscission when they are about 1.0-3 cm long.


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