Effects of temperature and photoperiod on flowering and plant quality of potted Ranunculus Asiaticus
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Ranunculus asiaticus is an important horticultural crop, both in cut flower and potted plant production; however a thorough production method for potted ranunculus has not yet been fully established. This experiment examined the roles of temperature and photoperiod in producing a quality potted crop.
Ranunculus asiaticus--Flowering time
Plants, Flowering of
Plants--Effect of temperature on
Color poster with text describing the research conducted by Nicole Rud, advised by Dr. Terry Ferriss (University of Wisconsin-River Falls) examining the effects of temperature and photoperiod on the flowering and plant quality of potted Ranunculus asiaticus.
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