Flowers could have longer life

April 08, 2010
Written by Debra Black, The Toronto Star
April 8, 2010 - Two California researchers have found that a synthetic plant hormone – known as thidiazuron or TDZ - when applied to potted plants and some cut flowers such as tulips can extend the life of the plants and prevent their leaves from yellowing. The Toronto Star reports. | READ MORE

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