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Studies on rooting of the hardwood cuttings of grape vine, cv. 'Delaware'. I



Studies on rooting of the hardwood cuttings of grape vine, cv. 'Delaware'. I



Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 43(2): 125-131



A bottom heat of 21 deg C (or just above) was the optimum for the rooting of cuttings in early spring, and warm air temperatures further improved rooting. The presence of growing buds on the cuttings also promoted rooting whereas their removal reduced it; applying ABA or NAA only partly made up for bud removal. Defoliating dormant cuttings in autumn promoted root and bud formation to a small extent and cuttings disbudded at leaf-fall formed some roots.

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