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The timing of flower stalk emergence and the onset and duration of flowering of hybrid juvenile (3-yr-old) and adult (6-yr-old) white-flowered Phalaenopsis plants as affected by an 8-hr day, natural daylength, and two temperatures and growing under varying light intensities were evaluated. The experiments were conducted in a growth chamber, greenhouse, and outdoors from July to late October. The short day trials lasted for 55 days. 1. The 8-hr day advanced the emergence of flower stalks by 5 todoi:10.2503/jjshs.60.651 fatcat:otpigwngw5ho3lzubryk4ys43y