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Experimental nursery operation of Tamarix ramosissima



Experimental nursery operation of Tamarix ramosissima



Forest Science and Technology Linye Keji Tongxun (10): 8-9



Shoots aged 2-30 months, 0.8-1.1 cm thick were cut and soaked in 50-70 p.p.m. methyl alpha -naphthyl acetate liquid for 24 h. Survival rate was >90% (98% with those treated with 60 p.p.m.). Stand establishment with cuttings treated in the same way was also successful and survival rate was again >90%.

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