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Cultivation of pelargonium seedlings in inert substrates

Cultivation of pelargonium seedlings in inert substrates

Gb + Gw, Gartnerborse und Gartenwelt 88(42): 1844-1846

The zonal Pelargonium cultivar Scarlet Orbit was either sown in one of the inert media Perlite, Oasis (polyphenol foam) and Grodan (rockwool), with the standard potting compost Floraton 1 as a control, or sown in Floraton 1 and pricked out into an inert substrate. Plants grown in Grodan were bigger and stronger than those grown in the other media, although their root development was poor. Floraton 1 gave intermediate results.

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