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Studies on different methods of propagation of Mangifera indica L. with respect to success, survival, growth and their clonal multiplication by stooling

Acta Horticulturae (34): 85-88

Studies on different methods of propagation of Mangifera indica L. with respect to success, survival, growth and their clonal multiplication by stooling

Comparisons were made of the stooling ability of mango plants originating as seedlings, cuttings, marcots, veneer grafts and inarched plants.

Accession: 000204333

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