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Bedding plants: prolonging shelf performance: postproduction care and handling


, : Bedding plants: prolonging shelf performance: postproduction care and handling. Bedding plants: prolonging shelf performance: postproduction care and handling: 71 pp.

The general concepts and practices involved in improving the quality and extending the life of bedding plants are explained with reference to the role of producers, shippers, retailers and consumers. Specific recommendations are given for 16 bedding plant subjects (Ageratum, antirrhinums, begonias, Celosia, Coleus, cosmos, dahlias, Gomphrena, Impatiens, alyssum (Lobularia maritima), pelargoniums, petunias, salvias, Tagetes, zinnias and perennials). A short glossary of terms is included.

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