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Shorter-stemmed Easter lilies: Blooms produced in April on shorter-stemmed plants by using variable low temperatures during portions of forcing period

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Harry C. Kohl, University of California

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California Agriculture 12(12):5-5.

Published December 01, 1958

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Commercial Easter lily forcers frequently have finished plants that are too tall. Shorter plants can be obtained by forcing at lower than the usual night temperature of 60°F. However, such plants—forced at low temperature—need a long forcing period and bloom in June rather than during the Easter season.

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The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1470.

Shorter-stemmed Easter lilies: Blooms produced in April on shorter-stemmed plants by using variable low temperatures during portions of forcing period

Harry C. Kohl
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Shorter-stemmed Easter lilies: Blooms produced in April on shorter-stemmed plants by using variable low temperatures during portions of forcing period

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Authors

Harry C. Kohl, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 12(12):5-5.

Published December 01, 1958

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Commercial Easter lily forcers frequently have finished plants that are too tall. Shorter plants can be obtained by forcing at lower than the usual night temperature of 60°F. However, such plants—forced at low temperature—need a long forcing period and bloom in June rather than during the Easter season.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1470.


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