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|標題:||Effect of the Number and Renewal Cycle of Bent Shoots on the Productivity of Rose Cut Flowers|
In bent shoots culture, there was higher productivity of the cut flowers when ‘Samantha'and ‘Landora'kept with one or three bent vegetative shoots, or ‘Pitica'kept with three bent vegetative shoots. In addition, on the quality index of these three rose cultivars, plants kept three bent shoots was the best. On the other hand, plants kept five bent shoots was the poorest. The productivity and the quality index of rose cut flowers of these three cultivars with two-months renewal cycle of bent vegetative shoots were the poorest. On the quality index of ‘Samantha'and ‘Pitica'cut flowers, there were no difference between plants with four or six-months renewal cycle of bent vegetative shoots was better than those for four-months renewal cycle. However, plants with bent shoots for six-months renewal cycle produced more cut fowers of high quality.
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