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A note on cyclamen flower production

, : A note on cyclamen flower production. Flower and Nursery Report (summer): 6

Large cyclamen plants of a selection from Germany with particularly long stems were grown under greenhouse conditions for cut flower production. Despite poor light (due to aged plastic), the plants produced over 100 flowers/square foot of bench area from June 1981 to June 1982. Flower distribution was such that most flowers were cut during late autumn and early winter.

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