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Direct rooting of dormant cuttings



Direct rooting of dormant cuttings



Combined Proceedings, International Plant Propagators' Society 1984; 33: 274-276



Cuttings of a wide range of broad-leaved and coniferous evergreens taken in early April, rooted successfully under mist in square 3-inch pots filled with a mixture of 5 parts pine bark, 1 part peat moss, 3 parts perlite, 8 lb/ydsuperscript 3 Osmocote (18-6-12) and 1 lb/ydsuperscript 3 Micromax (slow-release micronutrients).

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