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Commercial flower forcing the fundamentals and their practical application to the culture of greenhouse crops by Alex Laurie

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Forcing (Plants),
  • Floriculture.,
  • Greenhouse management.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement[by] Alex Laurie, D. C. Kiplinger [and] Kennard S. Nelson.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSB415 .L3 1958
The Physical Object
Pagination509 p.
Number of Pages509
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6226210M
LC Control Number57012587
OCLC/WorldCa1631894

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Book: Commercial flower forcing. The fundamentals and their practical application to the culture of greenhouse crops. pp.x + pp. Abstract: To those unversed in the care of plants in the greenhouse the present work will Cited by: 1. Dec 19,  · For the commercial grower, bulbs that are forced to flower out of season are especially profitable. Forcing simulates natural conditions to cause bulbs to bloom months before the normal cycle. The secret of forcing is to plant early enough to allow the bulb time to develop a sturdy root system. Mar 26,  · recent advances in flower forcing and year round production technologies PowerPoint Presentation: In hyacinth /{Hyadnthus orientalis L.) it was observed that the formation of the flower bud coincided with a gradual increase in the activity of cytokinins and auxins in the bulbs, whereas the level of abscisic acid was almost stable. The main body of the book gives extensive coverage of annual, perennial, bulbous, and woody species for commercial cut flower production, including propagation and growing-on methods, environmental factors, yield in the field, greenhouse forcing, stage of harvest, postharvest handling, and pests and .

Choose flower bulbs for forcing that are plump and firm. The larger the flower bulb is, the bigger the bloom will be. With the exception of amaryllis, unless you have bought flower bulbs that have been specifically prepared for forcing, you will need to prepare them. Place them in a cold place (between 35 and 45 F./2 and 7 C.) for weeks. FORCING HARDY WOODY PLANTS IN THE GREENHOUSE FOR EARLY BLOOM FORCING plants indoors to produce gorgeous bloom for spring flower shows has become a favorite indoor sport for many a commercial grower. The Arnold Arboretum tried valiantly . The Best Way To Force Blooms Indoors. Forcing Bulbs to Bloom You can also force branches to flower just before the season, but the closer to the actual bloom time, the easier the branches will be to force. Keep in mind that shrubs are actually easier to force than trees. When you go to cut the branches, be sure to cut the stem at an angle. The present book has been designed to meet out the requirements of a commercial flower grower that includes production of cut flowers, foliage potted plants, bedding plant and growing and forcing bulbs and corms of flowering plants for wholesale and retail sales.