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Propagation of horticultural plant

, : Propagation of horticultural plant. Propagation of horticultural plant x + 314p Frontispiece, 182 fig

This practical treatise on the biological principles and commercial practices in the propagation of plants is an introductory text for instruction in floriculture, horticulture, agriculture, and forestry. It treats of seeds, flowers, fruits, germination, forcing, asexual propagation, bulbs, layerage. cuttage, graftage, grafting techniques and materials, budding. special methods for the propagation of certain plants, rootstocks, diseases related to propagation, transplanting, and growing and handling of nursery stock. Recent practice in the use of plant hormones is included.

Accession: 025305395

DOI: 10.1038/145762b0

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