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Culture of Celosia 'Togo'

Culture of Celosia 'Togo'

Deutscher Gartenbau 43(5): 272-273

Cuttings were rooted at intervals during May-Aug. and planted (after pruning or unpruned) under plastic at 14 degrees C or glass at 17 degrees. Flowers were harvested from Aug. to Oct. Yields were highest (147 stems/msuperscript 2) with planting in early June. A density of 64 plants/msuperscript 2, or fewer if the plants are pruned, is recommended. The temperature should be at least 17 degrees and short-day treatments should be given from planting, to keep the stem shorter than 1 m.

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