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Experiments on flower induction and flower development in chrysanthemums



Experiments on flower induction and flower development in chrysanthemums



Gartenbau 33(2): 55-58



In the first of two experiments, constant temperatures of 16, 18 and 22 degrees C were maintained during long days (LD, 16 h day/8 h night) or short days (SD, 10 h day/14 h night). The best quality flowers of cultivars Mefo and Luyona were obtained by 10 SD at 18 degrees during flower induction followed by 4 LD at 18 degrees and then SD at 16 degrees until flowering. Cultivar Enzett Dilana Rosa produced the best quality flowers at 16 degrees with constant SD.

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