Heat delay of poinsettia flowering is of growing concern across the U.S. as climate change has caused fall weather patterns to be less predictable and many regions of the country are experiencing higher average temperatures. A few extra degrees of heat at the wrong time can easily cause a one to two-week delay in flowering, which can be disastrous for growers.
The August 24th session of the American Floral Endowment series focuses on heat delay in poinsettias.
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American Floral Endowment
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