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© 2013 Griffin Greenhouse Supplies, Inc. Classification: PUBLIC Syngenta Flowers Friday April 4 th 2014 Steve Watanabe Mike Mitchell Zack Pernack
© 2013 SHS Griffin Classification: PUBLIC 2 Dahlia Grandalia – NEW 7 colors ► Deep Red ► Orange ► Pink ► Rose Swirl ► Sunrise ► White ► Yellow Good comparison to Hypnoticas ► Continuous blooming above the foliage ► Large vibrant bold colors ► 6’’ pot or larger weeks finish from RC Pinch recommended Grandalia Sunrise
© 2013 SHS Griffin Classification: PUBLIC 3 Callie Calibrachoa 3 New Colors ► Burgundy ► Apricot ► Pink W/ Eye Strong vigor Great mounding habits Perfect plant for containers and baskets
© 2013 SHS Griffin Classification: PUBLIC 4 New Kwik Kombos 8 New and 1 Improved Combos ► Blue Lightning Mix ► Cherry Blossom Mix ► Cranberry Bliss Mix ► Lanai Red Devotion Mix ► Primary Perfection Mix Imp. ► Rock ‘n’ Roll Mix ► Sour Patch Mix ► Southwestern Summer Mix ► The Red Carpet Mix 3 liners per 12’’ container 2 liners per 10’’ container Sour Patch Mix Calibrachoa Callie Yellow Calibrachoa Callie Orange Verbena Lanai Upright Lime Green
© 2013 SHS Griffin Classification: PUBLIC 5 Kwik Kombos Bombay Summer Sparklet Mix Red Carpet Mix Scaevola Bombay Dark Blue Scaevola Bombay Pink Scaevola Bombay White Verbena Lanai Candy Cane Verbena Lanai Red Petunia Sanguna Red
© 2013 SHS Griffin Classification: PUBLIC 6 Kwik Kombos Cranberry Bliss MixSouthwestern Summer Mix Lobelia Techno Heat White Verbena Lanai Magenta Verbena Lanai Candy Cane Petunia Whispers Red Verbena Lanai Blue Calibrachoa Callie Orange
© 2013 SHS Griffin Classification: PUBLIC 7 Sanguna Radiant Petunia Blue Rose Vibrant colors which really catch the eye from a distance. Early flowering to capture early season sales Mounded, trailing habit great for baskets and planters
© 2013 SHS Griffin Classification: PUBLIC 8 Sanguna Petunia Picotee Punch New Variety Early blooms Works well in all container sizes Stable color pattern for consistently striking bicolor
© 2013 SHS Griffin Classification: PUBLIC 9 Sanguna Patio Petunia 4 New Varieties ► Purple ► Red ► Salmon ► White Grow Pot tight High efficiency Early flowering, all season long
© 2013 SHS Griffin Classification: PUBLIC 10 Landscape Bandana Lantana 4 New/ Improved Colors ► Pink ► Red ► Yellow ► Gold Improved Spreading habit ► Ideal for landscaping or large containers Heat Lovers Excellent vigor
© 2013 SHS Griffin Classification: PUBLIC 11 Cutting Availability Improved URC availability for the coming season Summer / Fall Programs ► 18.5 million cuttings for this summer and fall Have increased numbers on stock from 20% to 84% depending on the variety
© 2013 SHS Griffin Classification: PUBLIC 12 Catalog No hard bound catalog for the season Digital version available New variety brochures available SHS Griffin Catalog will present Syngenta’s full seed and vegetative annual line in printed edition
© 2013 SHS Griffin Classification: PUBLIC 13 Micora Fungicide Provides a fast and powerful fungicide that controls diseases caused by downy mildew and Phytopthora spp. for healthy retail plants Prevents germination of spores which inhibits infections. Does not stop from releasing spores but fails to germinate them Applications Foliar Spray Drench (ornamentals only) More information available Inoculated/ Not Sprayed Inoculated / Sprayed
© 2013 Griffin Greenhouse Supplies, Inc. Classification: PUBLIC Syngenta Flowers Friday April 4 th 2014 Steve Watanabe Mike Mitchell Zack Pernack.
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