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SILVER PINK

SILVER PINK

SILVER PINK

SILVER PINK

SILVER PINK

SILVER PINK

Perennial Silver Pink


Characteristics

This new series is fresh, essential and back in fashion for the bouquets, coursages flower arrangements and solid bunches.

• Unique trendy solid pink color

• Fillers essential for bouquets, corsages & flower arrangements

• Features less of the Limonium typical odor

• Suitable for open field and greenhouse production

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Culture Tips

CROP TIME

Perennial.  From planting to harvest: 26 weeks.


PLANTING DENSITY

6 Plants /m2 net (1 plant /ft2). Plants are spaced in a quincunx pattern with 40cm between each line.


PRE-PLANTING

Soil: Loose and well-drained soil, at least 25 cm deep.

pH: 5.5 to 6.5

Netting: 2-3 levels


PINCH 

In order to stimulate the basal sprouting of new stems, pinch when the first stem is induced.  Handle with care to avoid damaging the growth points.


STEM INDUCTION

Cold temperature favors stem induction. After the pinch, spray the plants with 150 ppm of Giberelic Acid. Spray a second dose of Gilberic Acid to the stems that did not induce.


IRRIGATION

For a good rooting, keep the moisture at field capacity for the first 3 weeks after planting,.  At week 5, lower irrigation to induce stems. During production, maintain a 5.0 – 5.5 l/m2   volume  according to the environmental conditions and the organoleptic monitoring.


FERTILIZATION

A general fertilization formula can be as following:

N: 120 ppm

P: 50 ppm

K: 120 ppm

Ca: 180 Ppm

Mg: 50 ppm

S: 50 ppm

Fe: 2 ppm

Mn:2.5 ppm

Cu, Zn and B: 0.2 ppm


HARVEST

Cut the stems when 80% to 90% of the flowers are open.


POST-HARVEST TREATMENT

Measure the hydrating water’s pH before applying any post harvest solutions.  Use citric acid to bring the pH to 4.0. Then, hydrate in Chryslar Professional 2 (6cc/l dosis) for 12 hours in a cold room.


PACKAGING & STORAGE

Make bunches of 10 stems in plastic sleeve. Dry storage is recommended to avoid phytosanitary issues.


PEST & DISEASES

•Low susceptibility to Downey Mildeu.

•Thrips

•Slugs 

•Botrytis