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Jaser A. Aljaser and Neil O. Anderson

treatments, it is unknown whether these genotypes have the same response to GA inhibitors based on published literature on geophytes. The objective of this study was to demonstrate cycle 1 gladiolus genotypic response to a GA inhibitor for flowering

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Uttara C. Samarakoon and James E. Faust

flowering of clematis and proposed a 1-year production cycle that will significantly reduce overhead costs and likely reduce labor and production costs for producing an attractive, vining clematis plant for the spring sales market. Literature Cited Armitage

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Scott Neil White and Linshan Zhang

-bearing year herbicide applications at Portapique ( Tables 1 and 2 ). These data were therefore pooled by fall-bearing year herbicide for analysis. Nonbearing year hair fescue flowering tuft density and bearing year hair fescue seedling density at Portapique

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David C. Zlesak and Neil O. Anderson

. longiflorum ‘Nellie White’ from different growers in shipment 2, forcing cycle 1 (S2-FC1) plants with one flowering stem, relative optical density (ROD) for lily symptomless virus (LSV) and stem number during shipment 2, forcing cycle 2 (S2-FC2

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Mark K. Ehlenfeldt, Joseph Kawash, and James Polashock

report, flowering intensity was reduced to a binary (0–1) scale with 0 = no flowers or almost no flowers, and 1 = categories from light flowering to vigorous flowering. • Bloom timing was compared by measuring percent bloom at a single date, 17 May 2018

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Eduardo J. Chica and L. Gene Albrigo

( Fig. 1 ), suggesting that the hypothetical mechanism regulating flowering through CsFT is not activated but promoted. CsFT transcripts were two times more abundant in the afternoon than in the morning. In our second set of experiments, we

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Yin-Tung Wang and Yao-Chien Alex Chang

found that spiking was delayed when phalaenopsis plants were grown in sphagnum moss and never received any fertilizer (Y.T. Wang, unpublished data) ( Fig. 2 ). At 25 mg·L −1 N, spiking and flowering were accelerated by 19 and 15 d, respectively

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William Garrett Owen

plants grown at 100–300 mg·L −1 N over an 8-week crop cycle. The nutrient concentrations differed between ‘Mocha Moon’ and ‘Starry Starry Night’, but the means were within the established range for each elemental nutrient. To date, no leaf tissue

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Raúl I. Cabrera, Alma R. Solís-Pérez, and John J. Sloan

applied EC of 2.3 dS·m −1 ) over a similar period of time (four flowering cycles). In fact, increasing NaCl levels to 15 and 30 m m (total applied EC of 2.8 and 4.3 dS·m −1 , respectively) for an additional four flowering cycles did not produce

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Dewayne L. Ingram, Charles R. Hall, and Joshua Knight

published for another potted flowering plant crop, 20-cm Chrysanthemum , were estimated as 0.555 and $0.846 ( Ingram et al., 2018b ), and those for 11.2-cm begonia were 0.140 and $0.666 ( Ingram et al., 2018a ). Table 1. Contribution of the model system