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Relationships between bud dormancy and rooting ability in peach hardwood cuttings

, : Relationships between bud dormancy and rooting ability in peach hardwood cuttings. Acta Horticulturae (54): 51-58

In a series of trials on rooting hardwood cuttings of clonal peach rootstocks in heated bins, the rooting ability differed markedly according to the time of propagation. For most rootstocks the rooting percentage was highest in mid-November and mid-December and lowest in late January (corresponding with the start of flower-bud burst). The percentage increased again in the first half of February.

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