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The effects of long days on the flowering of spray carnations


, : The effects of long days on the flowering of spray carnations. Acta Horticulturae (51): 225-235

Studies were carried out on the cvs Sam's Pride, Scarlet Miniqueen and Royalette. When most of the shoots had 7-9 expanded pairs of leaves incandescent illumination at 20 W/m2 was given for 2, 3 or 4 weeks during the night, starting on 14 February. The 4-week treatment gave the best results, inducing flowering 23, 18 and 17 days earlier, respectively, for the 3 cvs compared with the non-illuminated control.

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