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Grafting and adventitious root formation of Texas field rose bushes


Acta Horticulturae (189): 89-100
Grafting and adventitious root formation of Texas field rose bushes
It is emphasised that new techniques are needed to reduce the 2-year production cycle and to increase the yields. In one study, chip budding was successful using both hand technique and a Liliput budding tool, while parafilm strips were the most effective graft wrapping material.

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