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Effects of Storage on the Performance of Carnation Cuttings


Carnation cuttings performance after storage


Several isolated attempts have been made to show differences in carnation cuttings stored under refrigeration and those rooted and planted directly from stock plants. Comparisons of cuttings stored rooted and unrooted have also been made. Results have invariably been inconclusive as are the results of this experiment. However, certain inferences can be drawn from the data of this experiment.

Source: • Colorado State Flower Growers Association Bulletin #173

Keywords: Carnations Effects of storage

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