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FLOWERS AND THEIR VASE LIFE

Deciding which FMA sensor to apply

For cut flowers the shelf life is determined by the temperature at which the flowers have been packed, transported, stored and displayed . Higher temperatures during the first stages can be tightly controlled.


Displaying the flowers at store conditions decreases the remaining vase life of the product. Products should be discounted when it reaches the half vase life time to still provide the consumer with a positive experience.

14 DAY VASE LIFE

9 DAY SENSOR APPLIED

  1. Agapanthus

  2. Gerbera

  3. Solidago/Solidaster

  4. Alstromeria

  5. Bird of Paradise

  6. Bouvardia

  7. Carnation

  8. Liatris

  9. Montbretia

  10. Nerine

  11. Chrysanthemums (all)

  12. Heliconia

  13. Oncidium

  14. Pincushion

  15. Pro Tea

  16. Dendrobium

  17. Lisianthus

  18. Hypericum

7 DAY VASE LIFE

4 DAY SENSOR APPLIED

  1. Gardenia

  2. Iris

  3. Hyacinth

  4. Leptosperum

  5. Queen Anne's Lace

  6. Ranunculus

  7. Sweet Pea

  8. Tulip

  9. Calla Liliy

  10. Narcissus

  11. Status

10 DAY VASE LIFE

6 DAY SENSOR APPLIED

  1. Baby's Breath

  2. Dahlia

  3. Hydregea

  4. Lily

  5. Paper White Narcissus

  6. Poppy

  7. Snapdragon

  8. Stock

  9. Tuberose

  10. Waxflower

  11. Delphinium

  12. Freesia

  13. Gladiolus

  14. Lakspur

  15. Peony

  16. Rose (all kinds)

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