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Vegetative propagation methods for Triplochiton scleroxylon K. Schum



Vegetative propagation methods for Triplochiton scleroxylon K. Schum



Nigeria, Federal Department of Forest Research: Proceedings of the symposium on variation and breeding systems of Triplochiton scleroxylon K Schum, 21-28 April, 1975: ; 99-109



Top cleft, side veneer and budding methods of grafting onto potted seedlings were all, to some degree, successful; protection of the scions from dehydration was necessary for the first 2 methods. In a trial using matched bud-wood and scion material from 11- and 15-yr-old plantation-grown trees, cleft grafting was 93% successful and bud grafts were 33% successful. Stem cuttings rooted well under automatic mist and in temporary high-humidity propagators. The two systems are compared.

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