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Effect of growth regulating substances on the rooting of tea camellia sinensis l. cutting



Effect of growth regulating substances on the rooting of tea camellia sinensis l. cutting



Sarhad Journal of Agriculture 7(2): 1-5



Effect of growth regulating substances on the adventitious root formation and growth of tea cuttings were studied. Nine concentrations i.e. 4000, 6000, 4000, 6000, 4000, 7000, 10000, 4000 ppm and 50% alcohol, two each of IRA IBA + NAA, three of NAA, one of IAA and control were used respectively. The data recorded after three months of planting, revealed that rooting percentage and number of roots per cutting was improved when they were given a quick dip in 6000 ppm IBA, 4000 and 600 ppm IBA + NAA and 4000 ppm IBA. Treatment with IBA (6000 ppm) induced 89.8 percent rooting as against 59.4 percent. In former 20.53% as number of roots per cutting were observed, while in later case, the number of roots per cutting were 8.47%. With the exception of IAA, the length of roots increased in the treated cuttings in proportion to the concentration of IBA and NAA when used singly. Combination of IBA + NAA also promoted root length but the difference was not significant.

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