植え付け前のりん茎温度処理が露地栽培チューリップ３品種の生育と開花に及ぼす影響 [in Japanese] Effect of Temperature Pretreatment of Bulbs on the Growth and Flowering of the Three Tulip Cultivars in Field Cultivation [in Japanese]
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Bulbs of three tulip cultivars (Gander, Ben van Zanten and Apricot Beauty) were planted at October 29th in the field without being stored (convention treatment). And at same time, bulbs of same cultivars were stored under 2 degree C (cold-stored treatment) or room temperature (room-stored treatment) for 6 weeks and were planted at December 10th. By the room-stored treatment, flowering occurred later than by other two treatments, and also the flowering period was shorter than by those. In each cultivar, the cold-stored treatment promoted flower bud development and resulted in early flowering. The cold-storage treatment also made tulip flower stalks longer than those of tulips by other treatments. It also caused the improvement of flower quality.
- Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture
Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 71(5), 515-518, 2008
Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture