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Effect of beta -indolebutyric acid (IBA) on the rooting of Kazanlyk rose softwood cuttings


, : Effect of beta -indolebutyric acid (IBA) on the rooting of Kazanlyk rose softwood cuttings. Fiziologiya na Rasteniyata 11(3): 38-45

Cuttings were taken from young shoots in spring, from shoots produced after flowering on unpruned branches or from shoots on flowering branches after the flower harvest. IBA was applied at 6 concentration/exposure combinations ranging from 2 g/litre for 5-6 seconds to 100 mg/litre for 29 minutes. Shoots on bushes pruned in early spring (February-March) to a height of 40-50 cm produced the most suitable cuttings and cuttings from the middle or top of these shoots gave the best rooting (66-82%).

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