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Propagation technique at Hornum

, : Propagation technique at Hornum. Acta Horticulturae (54): 121-125

Propagation and recording methods are described using stonewool (rockwool) blocks as a rooting medium for cuttings of ornamental trees and shrubs and fruit tree rootstocks.

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