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Bromeliads
... be induced to flower by exposing them to ethylene gas (a product of burning wood and leaves and ripening fruit and vegetables). After exposure to ethylene gas, the flowers appear, depending on the genus ... week to 10 days with a ripe apple. During senescence (aging process), the apple releases ethylene gas that, in turn, induces the bromeliad to flower. Chemicals such as "Ethrel" and "Omaflora" are ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

South Florida Tropicals: Banana
... a bunch of unripe bananas in a cool, shady place. Ethylene gas helps initiate and stimulate ripening. Since mature fruit produces ethylene gas, ripening can be hastened by covering the bunch with a plastic ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu
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How can I get my Easter (Sunrise), Christmas, Thanksgiving cactus to bloom? - Cacti & Succulents
... the plant from dry winds (heating ducts), changing the environment once buds have set, and ethylene gas (from plastics, propane heaters and ripening fruit). Any of these three conditions can cause the ...
faq.gardenweb.com

Vegetable Crops - pt 3
... injured by excessive concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2), low oxygen levels, exposure to ethylene gas, and fluctuations in temperature. Brown stains on leaves, spotting of midribs, rib discolorations ... problems that place the plants under undue stress, and occasionally damage by ozone gas released into the atmosphere during severe thunderstorms accompanied by frequent lightning. Botrytis Leaf ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

Air Plant FAQ
... you are too impatient to let nature take it's own course Ethylene gas can induce blooming. A good source of Ethylene gas is a forest fire, but if you don't feel like ...
plants.web-indexes.com

APSnet Education Center - Introductions to the Major Pathogen Groups - Introduction to Parasitic Flowering Plants
... A breakthrough occurred when it was found that ethylene gas could induce Striga seed germination. New equipment and application methodologies to introduce ethylene gas into the soil were developed (Figure 26). Under proper soil conditions, the injection of 1.5 kilograms per hectare of ethylene stimulates the suicidal ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Finds—What's New and Where to Get It
... . Ethylene Control Power Pellets extend the life of fruits and vegetables in refrigerated storage by counteracting the effects of ethylene gas generated naturally by ripening produce. The pellets are said to convert ethylene gas to ...
www.bbg.org

Bananas and plantains
... of naturally formed ethylene gas, produced by ripen fruits, hastens the ripening of surrounding, greener fruits; you can use that knowledge to speed the yellowing of green fruits, and ethylene gas can be used ...
www.botgard.ucla.edu

bulb.com: Flower Bulb FAQs
... to store any apples or other fruits alongside your bulbs. Ripening fruit naturally gives off ethylene gas which will kill the flower inside the bulbs. Don't worry if you bought the ...
www.bulbsociety.org

EXTOXNET PIP - ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE (EDB)
... dibromoethane; ethylene bromide; glycol bromide; glycol dibromide; and sym-dibromoethane. Product names include Bromofume, Celmide, Dibrome, Dowfume, EDB-85, Fumo-Gas, Kopfume, Nephis, and Soilfume. Regulatory Status: Ethylene ... be used as a gas in termite and Japanese beetle control, beehive and vault fumigation, and spot fumigation of milling machinery. Formulation: Ethylene dibromide (EDB) ...
extoxnet.orst.edu




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