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Effect of growth regulator on the success of epicotyl grafting in mango



Effect of growth regulator on the success of epicotyl grafting in mango



Acta Horticulturae 231: 175-178



In the studies on epicotyl grafting, the scion was treated with GA or IAA at 200 ppm prior to grafting operation. However, only IAA was found useful in for increasing the success of epicotyl grafting. In another study, IAA at different concentrations, viz. 250, 500, 750 and 1000 ppm were used. With the increase in IAA concentrations, the final success of grafting increased up to 750 ppm and there-after at 1000 ppm, there was slight decrease in it. There was an increase in number of leaves and total leaf area plant with the increase in IAA concentrations. The translocation rate increased with IAA concentrations from 250 ppm and decreased at 1000 ppm. The rate of transpiration decreased with IAA application than control except in IA 1000 ppm.

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