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Budding of rubber trees. The position in 1931



Budding of rubber trees. The position in 1931



Malayan Agr. J, 20: 213-9. bibl. 8



A report is made of the yields of various prominent Malayan clones, both of local and Javan origin. Systems of planting budded rubber as discussed by Mann (H.A., 1931, 1: 3: 399) are briefly alluded to. Many new clones have been established for trial. At present there is a choice of over 10 clones yielding 20 lb. or more per tree. Certain clones are more susceptible than others to various troubles.

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