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bulb forcing equipment

  • Arma For Potforcing

    Forcing Tulips for Easter: after planting, keep bulbs at 48 F until the roots grow out of the bottom of the container. When the roots show, drop the temperature to 41 F. Maintain this temperature until January - depending on sprout development - the temperature needs to be lowered to 34 F and held until brought into the greenhouse. The main rule ...

    By Dutch Grown - Wholesale Flower Bulbs based in Valley Stream, NEW YORK (USA). from Arma For Potforcing Product line

  • Blue Ribbon For Potforcing

    Forcing Tulips for Easter: after planting, keep bulbs at 48 F until the roots grow out of the bottom of the container. When the roots show, drop the temperature to 41 F. Maintain this temperature until January - depending on sprout development - the temperature needs to be lowered to 34 F and held until brought into the greenhouse. The main rule ...

    By Dutch Grown - Wholesale Flower Bulbs based in Valley Stream, NEW YORK (USA). from Blue Ribbon For Potforcing Product line

  • FreshStart - FreshStart Technology

    FreshStart technology protects tulip bulbs from ethylene effects, like excessive splitting of the planting stock, bad root development affecting bulb growth and ultimately flowering, poor flower quality and increased number of side leaves after forcing, preventing the main stem from reaching retail weight specifications.

    By AgroFresh based in Collegeville, PENNSYLVANIA (USA). from FreshStart Technology Product line

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