REVERSED GREENHOUSE TEMPERATURES ALTER CARBOHYDRATE STATUS IN LILIUM LONGIFLORUM THUNB. 'NELLIE WHITE'

@inproceedings{White1993REVERSEDGT,
  title={REVERSED GREENHOUSE TEMPERATURES ALTER CARBOHYDRATE STATUS IN LILIUM LONGIFLORUM THUNB. 'NELLIE WHITE'},
  author={Nellie White and William B.M. Miller and Paul Allen Hammer and Terri Kirk},
  year={1993}
}
Commercial greenhouse operators are increasingly using "negative DIF" temperature regimes to control crop height. A negative DIF exists when greenhouse night temperature is greater than the day temperature. Large negative differences in day and night temperatures strongly suppress stem elongation in many crops. We have explored the effects of negative DIF temperature regimes on leaf, flower, and stem carbohydrate levels in Lilium longiflorum Thunb. 'Nellie White'. During two growing seasons… CONTINUE READING