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Cultural factors affecting the establishment of fruit rootstock hardwood cuttings


, : Cultural factors affecting the establishment of fruit rootstock hardwood cuttings. Acta Horticulturae (79): 33-41

Cuttings of rootstocks, such as the Prunus pseudocerasus X P. avium hybrid Colt, that develop preformed roots during the previous growing season established readily when planted into the field without further treatment. Cuttings of some plum and quince rootstocks established well when planted into the field in autumn following IBA treatment; in dry conditions treatment with an antidesiccant was advantageous.


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