Handling hot Poinsettia cuttings
For this timely topic, Ball Tech On Demand moderator Bill Calkins is joined by James Doukas, Territory Manager for Ball FloraPlant and Selecta One, who shares key information for growers handling poinsettia cuttings that have heated up in transport.
In the video chat below, James and Bill discuss best practices when receiving cuttings, checking temperatures and recommended protocols to implement. Then they move to specific cooling strategies before wrapping up with a look at when cuttings are beyond saving and should be dumped to cut your losses.
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