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Propagation of Floriculture Crops



Perennial propagators' successes and challenges
W.G. Owen & R.G. Lopez
(Oct. 2016)
Improve rooting of cuttings
E. Runkle
(Jan. 2016)
Keys to successful seedling production
E. Runkle & P. Karlovich
(Nov. 2015)
Managing temperature during propagation
E. Runkle
(Dec. 2014)
Keeping [geranium cuttings] green
C. Currey, R. Lopez, V. Rapaka, J. Faust & E. Runkle
(Dec. 2013)
Propagating orchids
G. DeYoung, B. Rowe & E. Runkle
(Aug. 2011)
Propagating poinsettias
E. Runkle
(Aug. 2007)
A new approach for floriculture
J. Faust, J. Dole, & E. Runkle
(June 2007)
Cutting production and propagation: Is there room for improvement?
R. Lopez, E. Runkle, J. Faust & J. Dole
(Jan/Feb 2007)
How to manage stock plants
E. Runkle
(Dec. 2006)
Successfully propagating cuttings takes planning
E. Runkle
(Aug. 2006)
Managing light during propagation
R. Lopez & E. Runkle
(June 2005)

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