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Description of bamboo vegetative propagation process

, : Description of bamboo vegetative propagation process. BIC India Bulletin 2(1): 13-14

A new technique is described which uses single node cuttings or rhizomes, and involves soaking in a special medium containing a mixture of plant growth regulators (IBA, NAA and DMSO in isopropyl alcohol), potting in coarse sand, and fertilizing with ammonium sulfate after rooting.

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