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Studies on the possibility of delaying flowering of tulip






Acta Horticulturae (47): 251-258

Studies on the possibility of delaying flowering of tulip

The behaviour of a tulip bulb after storage at 2 deg C depends on its physiological state at the start of storage. Bulbs of late cvs lifted before they were mature and immediately stored at 2 deg were held for 6 months at this temperature, before storage for 2 weeks at 30 deg. At the end of this treatment the bulbs differentiated normal flowers at 20 deg.


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