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Sobre Phoenix canariensis


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¿Alguien sabe cual es la temperatura umbral por debajo de la cual no hay crecimiento en una Phoenix canariensis?

No sabria exactamente cual es ese punto. Supongo que para cada especie debe ser uno en particular.

Lo que si te puedo decir es que por debajo de los 18ºC en la tierra, la palma no absorve nutrientes, ergo, no crece


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Creo que no hay umbral preciso, porque teoricamente el crecimiento es continuo y no existe reposo, sino ralentización del crecimiento por frío o por sequía. Sólo dejan de crecer con la muerte.

Sí es cierto que debajo de una cierta temperatura el frenazo es notable. Aquí en Canarias me parece que siguen creciendo rápido mientras de noche no baje de 10 C.


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