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The limit of flower formation and the growth of iris bulbs. (II.)



The limit of flower formation and the growth of iris bulbs. (II.)



Verh. Akad. Wet. Amst, 39: 8; 9, 14



The work reported here is in continuation of that described in Meded. 41 and 42. Attempts are being continued to find the requisite temperatures to which it is necessary to submit iris bulbs prior to their last year's growth before sale to the public.

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