White, Joe
March 2010
American Rose;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p27
The article presents an update on the Easy Tea Hybrid Tea Rose Research project of the American Rose Center (ARC). Several varieties performed well in trial observations conducted in 2009, according to Doctor Allen Owings, the horticulturist and university leader from Louisiana State University (LSU) on the project. Findings from the research project would enable ARC to make valid recommendations regarding the selection of hybrid tea rose varieties. A total of 30 varieties are being evaluated in the project.


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