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Research on the technique of micrografting in citrus species

Research on the technique of micrografting in citrus species

Tecnica Agricola 31(5): 285-292

Citrus rootstock seeds sterilized and grown for 13-14 days in aseptic conditions, and sterilized 1.5-cm-long vegetative apices of appropriate scion cvs are brought into a sterile room. Here each scion meristem is excised under a microscope and placed on a seedling stem following removal of its top 1 cm above the cotyledons. The young grafted plants are then kept in polyethylene bags in a controlled environment for 16 days before potting in the glasshouse.

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