Selection of woody plants for rooting capacity of cuttings, and the importance of repeated propagation by cuttings.

Komissarov, D.A.

Agrobiologija 5, 766-8

1960


Accession: 014181358

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Abstract
Discusses experiments with Quercus suber and Cupressus arizonica showing that cuttings from different trees of the same species vary in rooting capacity. Experiments were also made with Q. suber, C. arizonica and Metasequoia glyptostroboides on repeated propagation by cuttings.