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Variations in the rooting potential during the annual cycle of development in the olive



Variations in the rooting potential during the annual cycle of development in the olive



Informatore Agrario 37(2): 13587-13592



Cuttings of the olive Frangivento were taken on 13 dates between 10 May 1977 and 10 April 1979 from 6-year-old plants, and were rooted in peat/perlite under mist. Cutting length was 15 cm, and stem diameter 5-8 mm, and there were 2 or 3 pairs of leaves. The stage of highest rooting capacity (60-70%) in the cuttings coincided with the stage of greatest shoot growth (from flowering to fruit colouring) in the adult trees.

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