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Propagation of coffee by one-leaf cuttings



Propagation of coffee by one-leaf cuttings



Bragantia. 10: 209-11. bibl. 5



A new method of propagation of the coffee plant by stem-cuttings has been developed. Single-node stem pieces with two opposite leaves were split longitudinally in two halves. These were treated with a hormone and rooted in a hot frame in washed sand. Stem pieces from orthotropic branches gave rise to normal plants, whereas cuttings from plagiotropic branches gave plants with only lateral branches.

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