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A comparative study of the root forming effect of indole propionic acid iba and naphthaleneacetic acid on the stem cuttings of dalbergia sisso



A comparative study of the root forming effect of indole propionic acid iba and naphthaleneacetic acid on the stem cuttings of dalbergia sisso



Indian Forester 107(3): 151-154



The effect of the quick dip method of application of indole propionic acid (IPA), IBA and naphthalene acetic acid (NAA) on root formation of stem cuttings of D. sisso Roxb was studied. During the summer 1000 ppm of the hormones were applied and during the winter 500 ppm and 1000 ppm. The order of successful rootings of the summer-plant stem cuttings is IBA (100%) > NAA (80%) > IPA (60%) > control (20%). In the winter-planted cuttings, 100% rooting occurred with 1000 ppm IPA and 80% with 500 ppm IPA.

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