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Differences in dormancy between cultivars of Chinese chives, Allium odorum Linne



Differences in dormancy between cultivars of Chinese chives, Allium odorum Linne



Bulletin of the Ibaraki ken Horticultural Experiment Station (12): 1-13



The effects of temperature, in particular chilling, on the dormancy of 13 cultivars of Chinese chives were investigated. The cultivars were classified into 4 categories according to the degree of dormancy they exhibited.

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