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Is Dill a long-day, short-day, or day-netraul plant. Is Iris a long-day, short-day, or day-netraul plant?


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Dill is a long day plant:

http://fp.uni.edu/berg/pp/Unit%204/pp060412.htm

Iris is possibly a short day plant:

http://doityourself.com/stry/maysflowerbeardiris

Anthony R. Brach



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