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Standardization of vegetative propagation techniques for multiplication and maintenance of tomato leaf curl virus (ToLCV) resistant tomato lines



Standardization of vegetative propagation techniques for multiplication and maintenance of tomato leaf curl virus (ToLCV) resistant tomato lines



Environment and Ecology 24(1): 172-174



The propagation of tomato leaf curl virus (ToLCV)-resistant tomato lines using in vivo techniques was studied. For the various Lycopersicon esculentum (ATY-1 and ATY-2), L. peruvianum (CMV Sel. INRA) and L. hirsutum (LA1777) lines evaluated, rooting was greatest in stem cuttings treated with combinations of IAA and IBA at 350 ppm each. Root length, shoot length, and number of leaves per rooted cutting were also greatest for the same treatment.

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