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Propagation of mango by cuttings ii. influence of month and age of the source plants on rooting of hardwood cuttings of mango under bottom heat


Propagation of mango by cuttings ii. influence of month and age of the source plants on rooting of hardwood cuttings of mango under bottom heat



Journal of Research APAU (Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University) 15(2): 129-135



Studies were conducted to find out the influence of month and age of the source plants on rooting of hardwood cuttings of mango under bottom heat at 30.degree. .+-. 1.degree. C with wounding +5,000 ppm IBA and wounding with no IBA. It was observed that the percentage of rooting, number of roots and length of longest root did not differ significantly among the four months i.e. November, December, January and February indicating that all the four months are equally suitable for rooting of mango hardwood cuttings under bottom heat. The juvenile hardwood cuttings taken from stool-bed plants of three and six year old plants gave significantly higher percentage of rooting, number of roots and length of the longest root than those taken from 13 per old plants. Wounding+5,000 ppm IBA gave significantly higher percentage of rooting than wounding with no IBA irrespective of month and age of the source plants.

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