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Group Title: Bradenton, GCREC research report - University of Florida Gulf Coast Research and Education Center ; BRA1992- 11
Title: Poinsetta cultivar and cultural information for production in Florida
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Title: Poinsetta cultivar and cultural information for production in Florida
Series Title: Bradenton, GCREC research report
Physical Description: 9 leaves : ; 28 cm
Language: English
Creator: Wilfret, Gary J
Gulf Coast Research and Education Center (Bradenton, Fla.)
Publisher: Gulf Coast Research and Education Center, IFAS, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Bradenton FL.
Publication Date: 1992
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Subject: Poinsettias -- Varieties -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
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Statement of Responsibility: Gary J. Wilfret
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General Note: "June, 1992"
Funding: Bradenton GCREC research report ;
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Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Bradenton GCREC Research Report BRA1992-11


June


POINSETTIA CULTIVAR AND CULTURAL INFORMATION FOR
PRODUCTION IN FLORIDA
Gary J. Wilfreti

The following information briefly describes the major poinsettia cultivars
available to Florida growers and presents a schedule for production of stock and
finished plants.


GENERAL POINSETTIA CULTURE


PLANT (OASIS):
PRUNE (6 NODES):
LIGHTS ON:
LIGHTS OFF:
GROWTH REGULATORS:


SEPTEMBER 1
SEPTEMBER 15
SEPTEMBER 15
OCTOBER 1
OCTOBER 3, 10


Marston Sciencw

APR 2 1993

UniversibY of Florida


GROWTH REGULATORS


SHADE HOUSE

1. SUMAGIC SPRAY @ 10 PPM
2. BONZI SPRAY @ 60 PPM
3. CYCOCEL SPRAY @ 2000 PPM + B-NINE @
1000 PPM
4. A-REST DRENCH @ 0.25 MG AI/6" POT


'Professor and Geneticist.


GULF COAST RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER
IFAS, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
5007 60th Street East
Bradenton, FL 34203





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CUTTING PRODUCTION


TIMETABLE

1. PLANTED: 5/9/91
2. FIRST PINCH (7 NODES): 5/30/91
3. SECOND PINCH (3 NODES): 6/25/91
4. CUTTINGS HARVESTED: 8/6/91


CUTTING PRODUCTION OF POINSETTIA
AFTER TWO PRUNINGS


CULTIVARS


NUMBER OF CUTTINGS
CULTIVAR STRONG MEDIUM CULL MARKETABLE

GUTBIER V-14 GLORY 19.9 5.8 5.3 25.8
GROSS SUPJIBI 19.5 5.7 11.9 25.2
ECKESPOINT CELEBRATE 2 19.6 3.1 1.8 22.7
ECKESPOINT FREEDOM 17.9 3.2 4.4 21.1




CUTTING PRODUCTION OF POINSETTIA CULTIVARS
AFTER THREE PRUNINGS


NUMBER OF CUTTINGS
CULTIVAR STRONG MEDIUM CULL MARKETABLE

GUTBIER V-14 GLORY 30.2 17.2 17.8 47.4
GROSS SUPJIBI 34.2 17.6 16.4 51.8
ECKESPOINT CELEBRATE 2 27.0 13.6 12.4 40.6
ECKESPOINT FREEDOM 36.4 9.2 6.4 45.6







GUTBIER GLORY


MEDIUM ROSE-RED BRACTS (LARGE)
YELLOWISH GREEN FOLIAGE
VERY UPRIGHT AND STRONG STEMS
LATE FLOWERING
SUSCEPTIBLE TO ALTERNARIA
GETS BRACT NECROSIS


ANNETTE HEGG DIVA STARLIGHT


DARK BRICK-RED BRACTS (MEDIUM)
MEDIUM DARK GREEN FOLIAGE
UPRIGHT AND UNIFORM STEMS
STRONG STEMS
MEDIUM FLOWERING


GUTBIER ANGELIKA

1. MEDIUM ROSE-RED BRACTS (MED. LARGE)
2. MEDIUM GREEN FOLIAGE
3. MEDIUM STRONG, RANGY STEMS
4. MEDIUM FLOWERING
5. LOWER FOLIAGE TENDS TO YELLOW


GROSS SUPJIBI


DARK ROSE-RED BRACTS (LARGE)
MEDIUM DARK GREEN FOLIAGE
SHORT PLANTS
MEDIUM FLOWERING
STEMS CAN BE WEAK








ECKESPOINT FREEDOM

1. BRIGHT DARK ORANGE-RED BRACTS
(MEDIUM LARGE)
2. VERY DARK GREEN FOLIAGE
3. SHORT AND COMPACT STEMS
4. VERY FEW CYATHEA
5. VERY EARLY FLOWERING
6. MAY HAVE BRACT NECROSIS WHEN OLD




ECKESPOINT CELEBRATE 2

1. MEDIUM RED BRACTS (MEDIUM)
2. MEDIUM LIGHT GREEN FOLIAGE
3. UPRIGHT GROWTH IN ONE PLANE
4. MEDIUM FLOWERING
5. CAN HAVE FRAGILE LATERALS




REGAL VELVET

1. DARK RED OAK-LEAF BRACTS (SMALL)
2. MEDIUM GREEN FOLIAGE
3. COMPACT AND STRONG STEMS
4. UPRIGHT GROWTH AND NO FEATHERING
5. MEDIUM LATE FLOWERING




MIKKEL YULETIDE

1. MEDIUM DARK ROSE-RED BRACTS (MEDIUM)
2. MEDIUM GREEN FOLIAGE
3. LATERALS BEND OUTWARD
4. SMALL INFLORESCENCE
5. STRONG STEMS
6. MEDIUM FLOWERING




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MIKKEL FELIZ NAVIDAD

1. DARK ROSE ROUNDED BRACTS (LARGE)
2. YELLOWISH GREEN FOLIAGE
3. FEW CYATHEA
4. COMPACT GROWTH
5. MEDIUM FLOWERING





MIKKEL DONNER
(90-G-36)

1. DARK ROSE-RED BRACTS (VERY LARGE)
2. MEDIUM GREEN FOLIAGE
3. VERY FULL PLANT
4. MEDIUM STRONG LATERALS
5. ELONGATED BRACTS W/SOLID COLOR
6. EARLY FLOWERING





MIKKEL DASHER
(90-G-176)

1. DARK BURGUNDY RED BRACTS (MEDIUM)
2. MEDIUM DARK GREEN FOLIAGE
3. VERY UPRIGHT AND COMPACT GROWTH
4. NOVELTY COLOR
5. EARLY FLOWERING





ANNETTE HEGG TOP WHITE

1. VERY WHITE BRACTS (MEDIUM)
2. MEDIUM DARK GREEN FOLIAGE
3. SLIGHTLY RANGY SPREADING GROWTH
4. VERY GOOD COLOR
5. LATE FLOWERING







GUTBIER V-14 WHITE


CREAMY WHITE BRACTS (LARGE)
YELLOW GREEN FOLIAGE
STRONG UPRIGHT STEMS
NOT A PURE WHITE
LATE FLOWERING


GUTBIER ANGELIKA WHITE


LEMONY WHITE BRACTS (LARGE)
MEDIUM GREEN FOLIAGE
TALL RANGY GROWTH
MEDIUM STRONG STEMS
MEDIUM EARLY FLOWERING


PEACE FROST


1. YELLOWISH WHITE BRACTS (SMALL)
2. MEDIUM GREEN FOLIAGE
3. COMPACT GROWTH HABIT
4. FEW CYATHEA
5. VERY LATE FLOWERING


MIKKEL YULETIDE WHITE


1. YELLOWISH WHITE BRACTS (MEDIUM)
2. YELLOWISH GREEN FOLIAGE
3. COMPACT WITH GOOD BRANCHING
4. NOT A GOOD WHITE COLOR
5. MEDIUM LATE FLOWERING


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MIKKEL BLITZEN
(90-G-105)


CREAMY WHITE BRACTS (SMALL)
RIPPLED BRACTS
MEDIUM DARK GREEN FOLIAGE
VERY COMPACT GROWTH
MEDIUM LATE FLOWERING


ANNETTE HEGG HOT PINK

1. DARK BRIGHT PINK BRACTS (MED.SMALL)
2. MEDIUM GREEN FOLIAGE
3. COMPACT UPRIGHT GROWTH
4. VERY NICE PINK COLOR
5. LATE FLOWERING


ECKESPOINT PINK PEPPERMINT

1. PALE SALMON-PINK BRACTS W/ROSE SPECKS
(MEDIUM LARGE)
2. MEDIUM LIGHT GREEN FOLIAGE
3. SLIGHTLY UNEVEN AND OPEN GROWTH
4. NOVELTY COLOR
5. MEDIUM FLOWERING






GUTBIER V-14 PINK

1. MEDIUM LIGHT PINK BRACTS (LARGE)
2. LIGHT GREEN FOLIAGE
3. UPRIGHT STRONG GROWTH
4. LATE FLOWERING
5. SUSCEPTIBLE TO ALTERNARIA








GUTBIER ANGELIKA PINK

1. MEDIUM PALE PINK BRACTS (LARGE)
2. MEDIUM LIGHT GREEN FOLIAGE
3. MEDIUM WEAK RANGY GROWTH
4. COLOR LOOKS FADED
5. MEDIUM FLOWERING


NOEL HOT PINK

1. MEDIUM LIGHT PINK BRACTS (SMALL)
2. MEDIUM GREEN FOLIAGE
3. COMPACT STRONG GROWTH
4. VERY UNSTABLE BRACT COLOR
5. MEDIUM LATE FLOWERING


MIKKEL YULETIDE PINK

1. MEDIUM DARK PINK BRACTS (LARGE)
2. MEDIUM GREEN FOLIAGE
3. VERY OPEN CENTER OF PLANTS
4. STRONG AND UPRIGHT GROWTH
5. UNEVEN BRACT COLORATION (FADED)
6. MEDIAN FLOWERING


ANNETTE HEGG MARBLE

1. CREAM WITH ROSE CENTER OF BRACTS
(MEDIUM)
2. MEDIUM GREEN FOLIAGE
3. LATERALS TEND TO BE WEAK
4. GOOD COLOR DEFINITION IN BRACTS
5. LATE FLOWERING








GUTBIER V-14 MARBLE

1. CREAM WITH LIGHT ROSE CENTER OF
BRACTS (LARGE)
2. LIGHT GREEN FOLIAGE
3. STRONG UPRIGHT GROWTH
4. POOR COLOR DEFINITION IN BRACTS
5. LATE FLOWERING




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