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Effect of environmental conditions on the success of epicotyl grafting in mango



Effect of environmental conditions on the success of epicotyl grafting in mango



Acta Horticulturae 231: 252-255



The success of epicotyl grafting under glasshouse/greenhouse or under partial shade of the tree was studied with or without urea application to the rootstock five days prior to operation. The success of epicotyl grafting was maximum in glasshouse followed by under partial shade and the least success was recorded in greenhouse. The number of days required for sprouting of scion bud was minimum in glasshouse, maximum in greenhouse and intermediate in control. Bartlett index and CVE values for the sprouting of scion were computed. The CVE did not differ much in different propagation structures as well as urea application. However, the BI showed some differences. BI was found to be the least (0.152) in case of plants kept in greenhouse. However, BI for glasshouse and control (under partial shade) did not differ much.

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