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Hot-water treatment in the culture of rock-garden narcissi

Hot-water treatment in the culture of rock-garden narcissi

Bloembollencultuur 92(7): 177

Practical experience, including a trial with the cvs Tete a Tete and Jack Snipe, showed that miniature narcissi could tolerate HWT with various combinations of disinfectants well, provided the normal precautions were taken as for bulbs of standard narcissi.

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