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Effects of water status on rooting and establishment of leafless winter (hardwood) cuttings


, : Effects of water status on rooting and establishment of leafless winter (hardwood) cuttings. Acta Horticulturae (227): 134-140

Broadleaved deciduous fruit and ornamental species can sometimes be propagated by winter cuttings, typically 60 cm long in the method developed at East Malling. These are stimulated to root in beds of compost over bottom heat and later transferred outside to the nursery. During the critical pre-rooting stage water is absorbed from the rooting medium and lost to the atmosphere.

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