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Vegetative propagation in cuttings of Pongamia pinnata Pierre by auxins


Indian Forester 110(7): 655-659
Vegetative propagation in cuttings of Pongamia pinnata Pierre by auxins
Indolebutyric acid (IBA) has been found to be the best agent for growing cuttings of Pongamia pinnata. It significantly speeds up rooting and produces a heavier root system, particularly at higher concentrations.


Accession: 001507144



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