Arundinaria has been observed for three successive seasons at a site near Amity, Arkansas. In advance of the 1971 flowering period rhizomes were taken from the field, pruned, and placed either in an environmental chamber or in the greenhouse in water or in sandy soil. Flowering occurred under each condition, but was most rapid and profuse in transplants growing in sandy soil in the greenhouse. Observations point to the possibility of induction of flowering or to the possible existence of an annually flowering race. Possible economic uses are considered.
Marsh, Daniel L.
"Studies of Arundinaria: Experimental Induction of Flowering and Additional Observation in the Field,"
Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science: Vol. 25
, Article 14.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jaas/vol25/iss1/14