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Studies on photosynthesis in cuttings during propagation. II. Changes in the rate of apparent photosynthesis in hardwood cuttings of grapevines after planting



Studies on photosynthesis in cuttings during propagation. II. Changes in the rate of apparent photosynthesis in hardwood cuttings of grapevines after planting



Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 48(4): 399-404



When cuttings of the grapevine Delaware were propagated at 20 deg , 25 deg or 30 deg C, both rooting and shoot growth were better with rising temperature at an early stage of propagation. The change in the rate of apparent photosynthesis, expressed either on a cutting basis or a leaf area basis, was related to root development. At a later stage of propagation rooting was best at 20 deg , followed by 25 deg and 30 deg.

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