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Vegetative propagation of Leucaena by leafy cuttings under mist

, : Vegetative propagation of Leucaena by leafy cuttings under mist. Leucaena Research Reportsrecd 1986; 2: 50

Shoot cuttings were taken from 1- and 3-yr-old Leucaena leucocephala. Cuttings with 2-3 leaves, and with or without the terminal shoot, rooted. Rooting % was greater with cuttings from younger trees.

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