Defoliation of hydrangea: Chemical defoliation of hydrangea plants obtained rapidly and without injury to flower buds by prestorage treatment
AuthorsAnton M. Kofranek
Andrew T. Leiser
Authors AffiliationsAnton M. Kofranek is Assistant Professor of Floriculture, University of California, Los Angeles; Andrew T. Leiser is Research Assistant in Floriculture, University of California, Los Angeles.
Hilgardia 11(8):12-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v011n08p12. August 1957.
Flower buds of the common hydrangea—Hydrangea hortensis—are initiated during summer or early fall, but a cold period of 6-8 weeks is required to condition the buds for subsequent flowering.
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