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Vernalization method for floral induction of Chinese cabbage originating from axillary shoot cuttings



Vernalization method for floral induction of Chinese cabbage originating from axillary shoot cuttings



Buletin Penelitian Hortikultura 16(1): 1-7



Plants of the varieties Granat and Naga Oka were selected on the basis of head quality. After head removal axillary shoots were used for cuttings. Plants originating from these cuttings were vernalized for 0, 2, 3 and 4 weeks at 4.5 degrees C and 8.5 degrees C. Granat was significantly more susceptible to vernalization than Naga Oka with fewer plants surviving extended periods at low temperatures.

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