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‘Velvet Rose’ Pelargonium, a Scented Geranium1

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Robert M. Skirvin Department of Horticulture, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907

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Contributor Notes

Received August 9, 1975. Journal paper no. 5987 of the Purdue University Agricultural Experiment Station.

Personal communication: Fred Bode, Southern California Geranium Gardens, P.O. Box 121, Encinitas, California and Howard Wilson, Wilson Brothers Nursery, Roachdale, Indiana.

Obtained from E. J. Staba, Univ. of Minnesota. Amounts per liter = cyanocobalmin (1.5 μg), folic acid (0.5 mg), riboflavin (0.5 mg), biotin (1 mg), choline chloride (1 mg), Ca pantothenate (1 mg), thiamine HCl (1 mg), nicotinamide (2 mg), and pyridoxine HCl (2 mg).

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