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species, has effectively provided botrytis blight management in cyclamen ( Cyclamen persicum ), geranium ( Pelargonium sp.), rose ( Rosa sp.), moth orchid ( Phalaenopsis sp.), and begonia ( Begonia sp.) ( Morandi et al., 2000 ; Sutton et al., 1997

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Review of analytical methods for identification and quantification of cannabis products Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol. 6 348 358 Wang, Y.T. 2000 Impact of a high phosphorus fertilizer and timing of termination of fertilization on flowering of a hybrid moth

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.W. Chang, H.T. Liu, W.L. Ko, Y.Z. Chiang, Y.C. 2017 Molecular basis underlying leaf variegation of a Moth Orchid mutant ( Phalaenopsis aphrodite subsp. formosana ) Front. Plant Sci. 8 1333 doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.01333 10.3389/fpls.2017

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biomass, and flower diameter compared with untreated plants ( Asrar and Elhindi, 2011 ). Greater root biomass has also been documented in petunia, marigold, and aster ( Gaur and Adholeya, 2005 ), and higher shoot biomass in orchids ( Hou and Guo, 2009

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