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Some of the effects of additions of clay and peat to carnation soils
Contributor:Sauer, C. William
Effect of solar energy on the optimum day temperature for carnation growth
Contributor:Manring, Jimmy Darrell
Environmental factors affecting growth of carnation stock plants and cuttings
Contributor:Altstadt, Ralph Allen
Three major experiments concerning carnation stock plants were designed to determine the highest possible quality of cuttings measured by their performance in terms of the speed, quantity, and quality of first-crop flower ...
Influence of pre-harvest light, temperature, humidity and soil moisture on cut flower life of carnations
Contributor:Fairchild, Arvel H.
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 ...
Effect of sulfur dioxide and high levels of carbon dioxide on carnations
Contributor:McKeag, Roderick J.
Harvesting and handling of carnations as tight buds
Contributor:Cheng, Le-Hong, 1940-
Clonal multiplication of carnation by micropropagation
Contributor:Davis, Michael Jay
Clonal multiplication of carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus L.) was accomplished in three stages: (1) shoot tip culture initiation, (2) shoot multiplication , and (3) rooting stages . Shoot tips approximately 1 mm in height, ...
Ionic balance and growth of carnations
Contributor:Green, James L. (James Lon)
A flow chart for diagnosing the nutrient status of carnation, Dianthus caryophyllus, was designed using the data from nutrient culture experiments. Diagnostic values for any specific ion were determined after considering ...
Effects on carnation cut flowers of storage with grocery produce
Contributor:Wintz, Robert P.