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After-treatment of iris bulbs at a constant 9 degrees C. The risk of Penicillium infection is limited by longer storage


Bloembollencultuur 100(19): 24-26
After-treatment of iris bulbs at a constant 9 degrees C. The risk of Penicillium infection is limited by longer storage
Bulbs of Dutch iris to be grown for cut flowers under glass are initially warm-stored at 30 degrees C, then receive an after-treatment of 17 + 9 degrees (or, for the earliest crops, 9 + 17 degrees ) before planting. The duration of treatment at 9 degrees depends on the cultivar, but the period at 17 degrees is usually 2 weeks.


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