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Vegetative propagation of cashew - review of work done at Baptla


Acta Horticulturae (108): 64-66
Vegetative propagation of cashew - review of work done at Baptla
Air-layering with sawdust as the rooting medium gave 100% rooting during the monsoon months. At this time callusing (10 days) and root initiation (25 days) were faster compared with other seasons. Layering was also successful. Although inarching gave 52 to 96% success from July to December on 7-month-old seedlings, the graft union was found to be defective. Of the various methods of budding tested, patch budding gave the best results with 41% success. There was no success with side grafting.

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