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Factors influencing rooting in hardwood cuttings of apple cultivars


, : Factors influencing rooting in hardwood cuttings of apple cultivars. Acta Horticulturae (79): 43-48

Hardwood cuttings of apple cultivars taken from trees growing in the meadow orchard system were found to root better and more consistently than cuttings taken from severely pruned hedgerow trees growing in nursery rows. Temperatures of 25-30 deg C at the base of the cuttings promoted rapid rooting in specially constructed rooting bins containing a medium of 50% peat, 25% Cornish grit and 25% sand.


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