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Annual culture of globe artichoke from seed in Virginia

Annual culture of globe artichoke from seed in Virginia

HortTechnology 4(2): 147-150

Globe artichoke are usually propagated vegetatively because plants grown from seed lack uniformity. Furthermore, in much of the USA, only a small percentage of plants grown from seed flower during the first season due to insufficient chilling for vernalization. Artichokes cannot be grown reliably as perennials without winter protection where temperatures are consistently below -10 degrees C.

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