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Soil-chilling followed by soil-heating promotes continual flowering of Eucharis grandiflora Planch



Soil-chilling followed by soil-heating promotes continual flowering of Eucharis grandiflora Planch



Acta Horticulturae ( 541): 331-333



Eucharis grandiflora (Urceolina grandiflora) plants, which had been grown at 30 degrees C, were exposed to 15 degrees C for 10 days and then transferred to 20 degrees C or 30 degrees C. Most of the plants transferred to 30 degrees C flowered, whereas some plants transferred to 20 degrees C did not. Plants flowered sporadically in the control bed where the soil temperature was not regulated. The flowering percentage was increased by heating the soil immediately after the soil-chilling.

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