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Studies on some factors concerning the rooting of green cuttings of common lilac (Syringa vulgaris)

, : Studies on some factors concerning the rooting of green cuttings of common lilac (Syringa vulgaris). Acta Horticulturae (79): 79-87

Apical cuttings were taken from various parts of the shoot, at different times of year, from pruned and unpruned stock plants of several lilac cvs. In trials with cvs Andenken an L. Spath (Souvenir de Louis Spaeth) and Mme Florent Stepman, with cuttings taken from late April to the end of July, the rooting capacity was greatest when shoot growth had just ended; in unpruned stock plants this coincided with flowering.

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