Vegetative propagation of Aesculus indica through stem cuttings treated with plant growth regulators

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Title: Vegetative propagation of Aesculus indica through stem cuttings treated with plant growth regulators
Author: Majeed, Mumtaz; Khan, M.A; Mughal, A.H
Abstract: Cuttage propagation of Aesculus indica was tested by treatments with different concentrations of indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) @ 2000, 4000 (ppm), indolebutyric acid (IBA) @ 2000, 4000 (ppm) and naphthlcetic acid (NAA) @ 2000, 4000 (ppm) in dry formulation in the Forest Nursery, Faculty of Forestry, SKUAST-K, Shalimar. The cuttings treated with IBA @ 4000 ppm and IBA @ 2000 ppm had a sprouting rate of 75% and 50%, respectively, which was significantly higher than that of control and other treatments. The highest rooting rate (50%) was recorded in the cuttings with the application of IBA @ 4000 ppm. The cuttings treated with IBA @ 2000 ppm had 25% rooting rate. All other treatments along with control (talc powder) failed to induce rooting. It was
URI: http://dspaces.uok.edu.in/handle/1/252
Date: 2009


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