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Regulation of growth and flowering in aquilegia hybrida






Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 107(5): 878-882

Regulation of growth and flowering in aquilegia hybrida

Cold temperature treatments stimulated inflorescence formation of A. .times. hybrida at the 12-leaf stage. Long photoperiods slightly advanced flowering further, but caused petiole elongation. Sprays of butanedioic acid mono-2,2-dimethylhydrazide (daminozide) at 2000 mg/l effectively prevented petiole elongation.


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