In this study, microponic plantlets (100 plantlets) and in vitro plantlets (100 plantlets) were planted in greenhouse to evaluated growth and flowering ability as well as efficiency propagation of 2 methods. In adittional, microponic plantlets were grown on a large scale in the field. The results showed that the growth of Chrysanthemum morifolium derived from the microponic system after 4, 6, 8 and 10 weeks in ex vitro were better than those grown in micro-propagation, there are similar conditions in the greenhouse. Plants derived from the microponic system have a higher height than that of the plants for micro-propagation when transferred to greenhouse. Plants in the microponic system (more than 15 weeks) were flowering about 1 week earlier than those micro-propagation (16 weeks) and the growth and development of the plants in microponic system are more optimal than that of the micro-propagation in the flowering period, plant height (87.53 cm), number of flowers/plant (18.33 flowers) and flower size (3.60 cm) as compared to non-budded flower. Plants cultured in the microponic system don’t break buds and buds are cut to flow evenly and beautifully. In addition, plants cultured in microponic systems provide adaptability as well as grows and develops well when grown on field.
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