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Research on the physiology of development of globe artichoke



Research on the physiology of development of globe artichoke



3o Congresso Internazionale di Studi sul Carciofo, 1979: 167-195



The results obtained at various stations in France and Italy are presented. In Europe, plants grown from offshoots are always ready to flower but the time of organogenesis may be modified by environmental factors, especially temperature. GA3 application in autumn can hasten organogenesis. Plants grown from seed, however, can only flower after a cold period.

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