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Winter blindness of gladiolus: interaction of light and temperature

, : Winter blindness of gladiolus: interaction of light and temperature. Acta Horticulturae (47): 277-285

Total solar radiation was the most important factor affecting winter flowering of gladiolus. Winter low light energy fluxes affected flower development directly, whereas short days had a dual effect, one of reducing the total daily solar radiation and the other a photoperiodic effect of reducing the time from planting to flowering, thus decreasing the total solar radiation. Plants at the 4th to 6th leaf stages were most sensitive to prevailing light conditions.

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