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Cut-rose propagation techniques

Cut-rose propagation techniques

Acta Horticulturae (226, vol. II): 567-572

The following propagation methods used for greenhouse roses in Japan are described and illustrated: (1) grafting of scions onto dormant wild or selected Rosa multiflora or R. cathayensis rootstocks between Dec. and Feb., (2) field budding on R. multiflora between Sep. and Oct., (3) cuttings for rockwool culture, (4) grafted cuttings rooted throughout the year under greenhouse conditions, using mist or double polyethylene tents throughout the year, (5) grafted cuttings for rooting and bud emergence outdoors in mid- to late Mar., and (6) grafting onto rootstocks using greenhouse-grown scions with two 5-leaflet leaves under mist (throughout the year).

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