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Re: Blooming seasons & unanswered questions


In a message dated 96-06-16 00:35:46 EDT, you write:

> what
>exactly is it that triggers these guys to bloom?  Day length, air
>temperature, soil temperature, amount of sunshine (no, couldn't be that, we
>haven't had any here!) or what?  Anyone know?

Several people on the list have asked this - not much discussion though.  The
answer seems to be all of the above, some of the time, for some varieties and
some species.  Either the listers dunno much about the subject or they aren't
talkin'.

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east TN USA







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