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Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences

Year: 2000  |  Volume: 3  |  Issue: 1  |  Page No.: 150 - 152

Effect of Different Sowing Times on The Performance of Dahlia (Dahlia variabilis)

Muhammad Afzal, Mian Mehmood Ahmed, Riaz Ali Shah and Basharat Mehmood Awan

Abstract

Highly significant results were obtained when a local dahlia variety was tested on four sowing dates at fortnightly interval, starting from 10th of September. Its performance was judged for seed germination time, plant height, days to flower, blooming period, flower size and seed yield/replication. Seed sowing of 25th of September took five days to germinate, which was a minimum time. All the other characters studied varied with sowing time. The best sowing time recommended is 25th of September. Availability of Dahlia flowers can be preplanned by adjusting the sowing time.

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