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Vegetative propagation of papaya by budding


, : Vegetative propagation of papaya by budding. Acta Horticulturae (49): 85-90

Two budding techniques, forkert and chip, were sufficiently successful in trials to merit consideration for use in commercial nurseries. Rootstocks consisting of free seedlings and also seedlings of a recognized were satisfactory, with scions from male, hermaphrodite or female plants.

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