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Optimizing rose crop nutrient status and productivity through balanced cation and anion ratios: Initial Flower Harvest


Since the previous report our research program with Texas A&M AgriLife Research was transferred from the Dallas to the Uvalde Research and Extension Center. This meant moving all the rose plants and supplies/materials associated with the present studies, and provide for a period of time for the roses to adapt to their new environment. Fortunately, in both research centers we have the same type of glass-covered greenhouses (built by same manufacturer) and thus the transition and plant adaptation went fairly smooth. Nevertheless the move and plant acclimation period delayed our studies for a few months, as reported in previous report to the J.H. Hill Foundation, but we are back on track. The rose plants, ‘Avalanche’ grafted on ‘Natal

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Keywords: ICFG Hill Final Report 2011-2012

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