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moth orchids as a result of similarity of the flowers to night active moth butterflies ( Nash, 2003 ). They are valued for their attractive cut flowers and potted plants ( Chai et al., 2002 ) and for their long florescence period and large diversity

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vegetative growth and mineral nutrition of a hybrid moth orchid J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 127 442 447 Yang, J. Punshon, T. Guerinot, M.L. Hirschi, K.D. 2012 Plant calcium content: Ready to remodel Nutrients 4 1120 1136 Zhang, H. Irving, L.J. McGill, C. Matthew

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.H. Tan, H.T.W. 2005 Random amplified polymorphic DNA analysis of the moth orchids, Phalaenopsis (Epidendroideae:Orchidaceae) Euphytica 141 11 22 10.1007/s10681-005-4814-y Griesbach, R.J. 2002 Development of

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.T. 2000 Impact of a high phosphorus fertilizer and time of termination of fertilization on flowering of a hybrid moth orchid HortScience 35 60 62 Wang, Y.T. 2003 Effects of N and P concentration on growth and flowering of the Phalaenopsis orchid

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Phalaenopsis orchid HortScience 33 247 250 Wang, Y.T. 2000 Impact of a high phosphorus fertilizer and timing of termination of fertilization on flowering of a hybrid moth orchid HortScience 35 60 62 Wang

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significantly less chilling injury during the winters of 2008–10 in southern Florida than those that received no fertilizer. Controlling Height of Moth Orchids with Paclobutrazol Some varieties of moth orchids develop tall inflorescences, which can pose shipping

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termination of fertilization on flowering of a hybrid moth orchid HortScience 35 60 62 10.21273/HORTSCI.35.1.60 Wang, Y.T. 2004 Flourishing market for potted orchids FlowerTech 7 2 5 Wang, Y.T. 2007

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abscisic acid effects on stomatal closure and opening in Arabidopsis Science 312 264 266 Nash, N. 2003 Phalaenopsis primer: A beginner’s guide to growing moth orchids Orchid Soc. Bul. 72 705 706 Nemali, K.S. van Iersel, M.W. 2006 An automated system for

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Phalaenopsis (the moth orchid) is currently the most important indoor potted flowering plant worldwide ( Royal Flora Holland, 2017 ; U.S. Department of Agriculture, 2016 ). Growers normally produce phalaenopsis at high temperatures (>28 °C) to

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Wang, Y.T. 2000 Impact of a high phosphorus fertilizer and timing of termination of fertilization on flowering of a hybrid moth orchid HortScience 35 60 62 Wang, Y.T. Gregg, L.L. 1994 Medium and

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