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Stock plant conditions and root initiation on cuttings

Acta Horticulturae (54): 33-37

Stock plant conditions and root initiation on cuttings

In experiments with peas, Alaska, the number of roots that formed on shoot cuttings increased as the light intensity supplied to the stock plant was reduced.

Accession: 000507368

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