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Characteristics of nursery plants influenced by leaflet and raising method for soft-nodal cutting in cherry tomato

Characteristics of nursery plants influenced by leaflet and raising method for soft-nodal cutting in cherry tomato

Korean Journal of Horticultural Science and Technology 19(4): 483-487

The effects of the attached leaflet on the rooting and growth of first, second, third, fourth and fifth nodal cuttings of tomato were determined. Plant height, number of leaves and dry weight of the top and root increased with attached leaflet cutting. Rooting percentage was 93.5% in the one-node cutting and 86% in cuttings with the hypocotyl node part. At 20-24 days after nodal cutting, healthy nursery plants could be produced for transplanting in the field.

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