Vegetative Variety

Echinacea Double Scoop™

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Data is gathered from our West Grove, Pa., trials (Zone 6a). Southern growers: expect 1-2 weeks earlier finishing. Northern growers: 1 week slower. Consider summertime scheduling accurate. Dates based on a standard 72 liner size.

Notes/Pitfall Management
** Double Scoop Deluxe will be more uniform flowering and have shorter flower stems than standard Double Scoop.
Week color desired
TC stick week
Liner transplant week
(1 ppp)
* Long day/night interruption lighting is required before week 20 finish. Discontinue lighting after uniform flower bud initiation
Week color desired
TC stick week
Liner transplant week
(1 ppp)
* Crops planted after week 26 will finish slower in the North
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Propagation Guide
Media EC/pH: EC 0.75-0.80 mmhos/pH 5.8-6.2
Soil Temperature: 72-78°F (21-24°C)
Rooting Hormone: None
Mist: Low; prefers high humidity to mist
Fertilization: 50 ppm N starting at Day 7
Pinching: Not necessary.
Transplanting: 49-56 days after sticking
Comments: Refer to our complete Tissue Culture Echinacea guide at for detailed rooting information. Configure in liner stage can be beneficial.
Finishing Guide
Media pH: 5.8-6.2
Temperature: Nights: 55 to 60°F (13 to 16°C) Days: 60 to 65°F (16 to 18°C)
Light Level (fc): 3,500 to 5,000
Vernalization: No
Daylength: Long day obligate
Watering: Allow media to dry moderately between watering.
Fertilization: Use a balanced fertilizer at a rate of 125 to 150 ppm.
Pinch After Transplant: No
Plant Growth Regulators: B9/Cycocel combination at 3750-5000 ppm B9/500 ppm Cycocel before flowering. Sumagic spray can be used after flowering if needed. Do not use configure in finished containers
Pests and Fungal Diseases: None noted