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Experiments with Lilium longiflorum, cultivar White American. Influence of temperature treatments of the bulb on flower forcing



Experiments with Lilium longiflorum, cultivar White American. Influence of temperature treatments of the bulb on flower forcing



Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 39(41): 48-49



Fully vernalized bulbs (precooled for 3 months after lifting) were held at temperatures between 0 and 35 degrees C for up to 4 weeks before planting in a warm glasshouse (15-17 degrees ) in February for forcing. As the holding temperature rose from 0 to 15 degrees the duration of the forcing period fell from 110 to 91 days, but it increased to 137 days as the temperature rose from 15 to 35 degrees.

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