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Ethylene sensitivity of cut racemes of advanced breeding lines of pink flowered bluebonnet



Ethylene sensitivity of cut racemes of advanced breeding lines of pink flowered bluebonnet



Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Plant Growth Regulation Society of America, Newport Beach, California, USA, 24-27 July 2005: 121-125



Cut racemes of Big Bend bluebonnet (Lupinus havardii) hold considerable promise as a new specialty cut flower crop. Over the years, as a result of our breeding and selection efforts, we have developed several lines of improved germplasm with blue, white and pink flower colours. We now have genotypes which show considerably reduced or no flower shattering.

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