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Effects of temperature on flower initiation and leaf emergence in Lycoris radiata and L. squamigera


Bulletin of the University of Osaka Prefecture, B Agriculture and Biology Osaka Furitsu Daigaku Kigo, Nogaku, Seibutsugaku 40: 11-17
Effects of temperature on flower initiation and leaf emergence in Lycoris radiata and L. squamigera
Bulbs of L. radiata and L. squamigera lifted from the field in July did not initiate flower buds if they were moved from natural conditions into a warm greenhouse (> 20 degrees C) on or before 20 Dec. and 20 Feb., respectively. Of bulbs grown at 15/12 degrees (day/night), 20/17 degrees and 25/25 degrees from mid-Sep., those of both species grown at 25/25 degrees and those of L. squamigera grown at 20/17 degrees did not initiate flower buds.

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