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Cheiranthus belongs to the Brassicaceae family and is usually grown in our country as a biennial, some varieties can be grown from winter sowing as annuals. It is planted in beds and containers similarly to pansies. Sowing for autumn sale end of VI-mid. Aug., lightly cover with vermiculite, germinate 9-10 days at 20-22 °C, transplant after 4-5 weeks into 10 cm pots; maintain 18 °C for good rooting, then reduce to an average daily temperature of 15 °C; for early spring sales, sow in IX-X and overwinter in a cold greenhouse, or regulate growth by spraying with a mixture of B-Nine 0,2-0,3 % and Cycocel 0,1 %; cultivation time from summer sowing is 9-11 weeks, from autumn sowing 18-20 weeks.
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