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Vegetative propagation of lilac in a test tube

, : Vegetative propagation of lilac in a test tube. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 40(23): 44-45

In the in vitro method described, selected 2-year-old seedling rootstocks, 50-year-old commercial rootstocks, and the cultivars Madame Stepman and Madame Legray were used as source material. Bushes that had been overwintered outside were transferred to the glasshouse in the spring and forced at about 20 degrees C.

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