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Taking caution with ethylene
Written by Gayle Smith
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Oct. 8, 2010 - In the October 2010 issue of Canadian Florist, our Care and Handling expert Gayle Smith talked about what precautions you should take when adding fruits and vegetables to your designs. Gayle also put together a web-exclusive list of ethylene-sensitive flowers, Christmas greens, fruits, vegetables and a full list of high-ethylene-producers. We've compiled this information into a downloadable PDF that you can hang in your shop to help you combine food and flowers on the fly.

Here it is! Just click the link to download a printable PDF: Care and Handling Guide to Ethylene
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