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Effect of substrate on rooting of air-layered shoots of annatto



Effect of substrate on rooting of air-layered shoots of annatto



Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 28(1): 101-106



One-year-old shoots of Bixa orellana Wagner, about 1 cm in diameter, were ringed and enclosed in 1-kg transparent plastic bags filled with (a) red sand, (b) clay or (c) sawdust from Schinus terebinthifolius, or with mixtures of them in different combinations. The treatments were assessed for effects on rooting time, rooting percentage, number of roots, root FW, root volume, root DW, number of leaves and shoot diameter. The data are tabulated.

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