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Temperature and daylength requirements of Alstroemeria


, : Temperature and daylength requirements of Alstroemeria. Acta Horticulturae (51): 267-274

The number of shoots produced by the Walter Fleming was influenced by temperature and daylength. In the range 13-25 deg C the number of shoots increased with temperature. After a period of 182 days more shoots were formed at 9 deg than at 13 or 17 deg. At 13 deg the development of shoots ceased almost completely after 84 days. At 9 deg this occurred after 154 days. With different daylengths most shoots were formed during short days (8 h).


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