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The influence of duration of warm, cold-dry and cold-moist storage on development and flowering of freesia plants


, : The influence of duration of warm, cold-dry and cold-moist storage on development and flowering of freesia plants. Acta Horticulturae (47): 259-266

During 1972 corms of the cvs Rose Mary, Rijnveld's Golden Yellow and White Swan were stored at 31 deg C for 12 weeks followed by 4 weeks at 12 or 2 deg. Rose Mary corms treated at 31+12 deg started to flower in the first week of January whereas those not treated flowered 1 month later. In further trials corms of cvs Rose Mary, Mozart and Apollo were treated at 31 deg for different periods and then at 12 deg for 2 or 4 weeks.

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