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Auxins for hardwood cuttings: Effect of root-promoting hormones in propagating fruit trees by hardwood cuttings studied during past three seasons

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H. T. Hartmann, University of California

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California Agriculture 9(4):7-13.

Published April 01, 1955

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Hardwood cuttings of five species of fruit trees, Marianna 2624 plum, Angers quince, Stockton Morello cherry, Malling-Merton 793 apple, and Mission olive, were used in propagation tests to study the effects of various root-promoting hormones—auxins—applied under several different conditions.

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Auxins for hardwood cuttings: Effect of root-promoting hormones in propagating fruit trees by hardwood cuttings studied during past three seasons

H. T. Hartmann
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Auxins for hardwood cuttings: Effect of root-promoting hormones in propagating fruit trees by hardwood cuttings studied during past three seasons

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H. T. Hartmann, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 9(4):7-13.

Published April 01, 1955

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Hardwood cuttings of five species of fruit trees, Marianna 2624 plum, Angers quince, Stockton Morello cherry, Malling-Merton 793 apple, and Mission olive, were used in propagation tests to study the effects of various root-promoting hormones—auxins—applied under several different conditions.

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