Take Purdue University’s Survey On Vegetatively Propagated Perennials

Take Purdue University’s Survey On Vegetatively Propagated Perennials

2014 New Varieties Guide (perennial) - Iberis 'White Heat' (Darwin Perennials)Do you have problems callusing or rooting vegetatively propagated perennials? The Purdue University Floriculture Lab would like to help you with these problems, but first the research team there needs your help.

By taking a quick survey about your perennial propagation environmental conditions, cultural practices and the perennial species that are most difficult to root, you will provide Purdue’s floriculture researchers with the critical information they need to focus your research where it will help you most.

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“Once we gather and analyze your information, we will conduct studies and then disseminate the information back to you,” says Garrett Owen, a PhD candidate at Purdue University. “We hope to improve your perennial propagation success and aid you in overcoming your environmental, cultural and difficult-to-root perennial challenges.”

Take the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PurdueUniversityPerennialPropagationSurvey. All responses are due by February 13.