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The Ideal Temperature Necessary To Grow Roses

For the most of the roses, 16 degrees of night temperature is ideal. For the sunny days, it’s suitable if the temperature is 5-7 degrees higher than this inside the greenhouse. In higher temperatures, while the roses grow faster, the quality of production is lower. It is very important to control the temperature for the newly planted roses.

Especially during the period called “The Critical Duration”, until the rosebud is as big as a pea, the temperature should be maintained around 21 degrees, after that period, it can be lowered to 16 degrees. It’s been proven that this hastens the flowering process.

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  • kkthe night January 26, 2011, 19:48

    what temp would be best to plant roses

  • Thermocouples July 30, 2011, 01:32

    But that does not mean the dinosaurs had internal thermostats to keep body temperature constant independent of the environment, the way mammals and birds do. For one thing, the dinosaurs must have had “the capacity to retain environmental heat just as a function of being so large.

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