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Effect of sugar content on cut flower keeping life of carnations, The
Contributor:Knappenberger, Richard L.
Some of the effects of additions of clay and peat to carnation soils
Contributor:Sauer, C. William
Carnation growth as influenced by temperature adjusted with light intensity and by carbon dioxide
Contributor:Korns, Charles H.
Tissue testing as an index to the nutritional status of carnations
Contributor:Peterson, Ralph C.
Soil testing is being used extensively as a means of regulating fertilizer programs for carnations, but this practice has serious limitations in the modern greenhouse where fertilization is accomplished by injecting dissolved ...
Effect of solar energy on the optimum day temperature for carnation growth
Contributor:Manring, Jimmy Darrell
Effects on carnation cut flowers of storage with grocery produce
Contributor:Wintz, Robert P.
Effects of glass and fiberglass on carnation growth
Contributor:Briggs, Robert A.
Glass has been used for a greenhouse covering for as long as greenhouses have been built. The growers in these greenhouses have been uneasy about using new materials. When fiberglass plastic was introduced on the market a ...
Study of the factors affecting the reserve food supply in carnations, A
Contributor:Odom, Richard E.
Harvesting and handling of carnations as tight buds
Contributor:Cheng, Le-Hong, 1940-
Economic analysis of the carnation industry in the United States, An
Contributor:Besemer, Seward Thayer
An economic analysis of the carnation industry in the United States was conducted by mail questionnaires surveying growers, shippers, and wholesalers. Production costs, total revenues, investments, types of greenhouses, ...