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Opportunities for the selection of vegetatively propagated clones within ornamental tree species normally propagated by seed

, : Opportunities for the selection of vegetatively propagated clones within ornamental tree species normally propagated by seed. Acta Horticulturae (79): 139-144

Attempts to propagate various ornamental landscape tree species by hardwood cuttings produced a general estimate of rooting differences between species. Little improvement in rooting was achieved by altering propagation conditions such as auxin concentration or wounding. Cuttings from bushes grown from individual seedlings of Tilia cordata differed greatly in their rooting ability, such characteristics often being consistent between different years.

Accession: 000449592

DOI: 10.17660/actahortic.1978.79.15

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