Contents tagged with cut flowers

27 October 2021

Symptoms of the key foliar and corm diseases of cyclamen, and gain an appreciation of pathogen biology.

27 October 2021

Symptoms of the key foliar and corm diseases of cyclamen, and gain an appreciation of pathogen biology.

27 October 2021

Symptoms of the key foliar and corm diseases of cyclamen, and gain an appreciation of pathogen biology.

27 October 2021

Guidance for effective control of a range of diseases in the production of cyclamen.

1 June 2022

This information sheet provides a consensus of the key aspects of commercial delphinium production and summarises results from trials at the Cut Flower Centre.

25 November 2021

This AHDB/CFC information sheet summarises the trials undertaken at the CFC on breanthus varieties from Hilverda Kooji.

25 November 2021

This AHDB/CFC information sheet summarises the trials undertaken to evaluate susceptibility to fusarium wilt in a range of commercially grown varieties of cut flower column stocks.

13 June 2022

This factsheet describes the symptoms, summarises the results of research on the disease and outlines options for integrated disease management.

25 November 2021

This information sheet summarises the trials to assess the market potential of new spray carnation varieties from Hilverda Kooji.

21 June 2022

This factsheet summarises the cultural requirements and production methods of lisianthus and the trials undertaken on the crop at the Cut Flower Centre.

25 November 2021

The Cut Flower Centre (CFC) is based at Rookery Farm, Holbeach St Johns, Lincolnshire. its aim, with funding from the AHDB, is to offer independent trialling of a range of cut flowers crops, evaluate new production methodologies and examine new cultural techniques in the UK.

25 November 2021

This information sheet summarises the commercial production of cut flower antirrhinums drawing on trials work from the Cut Flower Centre.

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