Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


This article describes the bioecological features of Crocus sativus L. species in Termez conditions. Seeds were sown in late September. It sprang up in October. From the first year it went into generative phase. Flowering was 89%. The total vegetative phase of the plant was 215- 220 days in Termez conditions.

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