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Vertical bag system used for mother foliage pot plants culture. Effects of substrates

, : Vertical bag system used for mother foliage pot plants culture. Effects of substrates. Acta Horticulturae (178): 245-256

Plastic bags, 0.15 mm thick, 2 m in length, 0.23 m in diameter and filled with 90 litres of substrate were suspended in a greenhouse in rows 1.05 m apart with 1.3 m between rows (illustrated). In late October, 24 and 48 rooted cuttings of Philodendron scandens subsp. oxycardium and Cissus antarctica, respectively, were planted in each bag through holes made at 6 levels. The bags were irrigated 1-4 times/day.

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