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Rooting-behaviour of different types of pineapple propagating material


, : Rooting-behaviour of different types of pineapple propagating material. Acta Horticulturae (33): 155-160

Smooth Cayenne suckers, slips and crowns, 370 to 425 g in weight, were planted in a loam soil. After the first week the crowns had produced 18 and 22 roots more than the slips and suckers, respectively.


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