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A study of longevity of cut carnations (Dianthus caryophyllus L.) grown in Yalova (Istanbul)


Acta Horticulturae ( 298): 111-118
A study of longevity of cut carnations (Dianthus caryophyllus L.) grown in Yalova (Istanbul)
Carnation flowers (cultivars Astor and Salmon Sim) were harvested at maturity (fully open) in spring (11 Apr.) or summer (12 July) from the villages of Ciftlikkoy and Korukoy in Yalova. Flowers were kept at 20 degrees C in deionized water containing 4 p.p.m. NaOCl under a 12 h day/12 h night light cycle. Senescent flowers were counted and discarded daily.

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