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( Syngenta Crop Protection, 2002 ). Moth orchids, which are the most common potted flowering orchids sold in the United States ( Griesbach, 2002 ), develop inflorescences from buds on the leaf nodes of their compressed stems. Some clones have very tall

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potted orchid species. Moth orchid ( Phalaenopsis spp.) dominates the U.S. orchid market, and accounts for more than 80% of all orchid production value ( Griesbach, 2002 ; Runkle et al., 2005 ). The location of Hawaii provides ideal conditions and the

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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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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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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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