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If you are looking for guidelines for cut flower productions we have selected the following documents for you that can help you during the production of the flowers.

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These document are selected for you to help you during your gladiolus production but also shows you what you can do with the gladiolus in flower arrangements.

Gladiolus as cut flowers.

Guidelines for cut flower production.

This book is based on information gathered from research conducted in the Netherlands and experience acquired by Dutch growers. This means that the information described here has, for the most part, been obtained from, and applied to, production processes implemented in the Netherlands, a country that has a cool, temperate climate. The illustrations of the various diseases and physiological disorders were obtained from Applied Plant Research (PPO) in Lisse, a division of Wageningen University Research.

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Trail fertilizer of gladiolus Pakistan

Trail fertilizer of gladiolus conducted in Pakistan. Developing optimal primary, secondary and micro nutrients levels for cut Gladiolus production

How to plant

Summary on how to plant gladiolus bulbs and advice on how to calculate the number of bulbs per m2.

Inspiration

This document shows you what you can do with Gladiolus. Several bouquets are being displayed for the consumer. But also Ceremony Flowers and Ikebana the Japanese art of flower arrangement can be found in this document.

Producing daffodils for cut flowers or as pot plants.

In this guide, practical tips are being given for deciding on the right cultivar and production scheduling. Effectively treating bulbs before starting production. Using the right growing conditions for cut flower production and preventing problems during production.

Producing daffodils as pot plants

This guide gives practical tips for producing daffodils as pot plants.

Producing daffodils for cut flowers.

In this guide gives practical tips for producing daffodils for cut flowers.

The hyacinth has it’s origins in Asia Minor, and the current Dutch cultivars have descended from Hyacinthus orientalis, a blue species imported around the middle of the 16th century. A member of the Liliaceae family, the hyacinth over winters in the form of a scaled bulb. Applying temperature treatments to produce hyacinths in greenhouses was introduced at the beginning of this century.

Producing hyacinths for cut flowers

Practical tips for:

  • Choosing the right bulbs and bulb treatment
  • Successfully scheduling and implementing production
  • The production of high-quality flowers
  • Working on a good keeping quality for satisfied consumers

Guidelines for forcing 'The Hyacinth'

Lilies as cut flowers and as pot plants.

Guidelines for producing lilies as cut flowers and pot plants.

This book is based on information gathered from several publications and brochures issued by Dutch research and information agencies and iBulb. The expertise and experience of those who compiled this lily brochure was largely acquired in the Netherlands, a country with cool, temperate climate conditions. Some information, however, is based on experiences acquired in other countries. The illustrations of the various diseases and physiological disorders were acquired from Applied Plant Research (PPO) in Lisse, a division of Wageningen University Research.

A beautiful cut flower and pot plant.

A beautiful cut flower and pot plant The coloured Zantedeschia (also known as the Calla) can be used for cut flower production, pot plant production and for planting in gardens. After a growth period of 6 to 8 months, the tubers are formed, the aerial parts of the plant die back and the tubers enter a dormant period lasting at least 3 months. Once dormancy is broken, the tubers can be replanted and the growth cycle will repeat itself.