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, : Freesia.. Jversl. Proefst. Bloem. Aalsmeer, 81-91

Corm freesias were planted in manufactured "troughs" of paper, and cold stored for 1-3 weeks; on planting out in various media the growing period was short and flower production was good. In both pumice and gravel yields were higher and of better quality than in other media; cormlets produced in soil or peat grew better than those in other media.

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