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Rooting pear, plum rootstocks: Growth-regulator treatments and a warm preplanting storage period promoted rooting of fall-collected hardwood cuttings

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Hudson T. Hartmann, University of California
Carl J. Hansen, University of California

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California Agriculture 12(10):4-14.

Published October 01, 1958

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Taking hardwood cuttings in the fall—while the buds were in the rest period—treating them with indolebutyric acid, followed by immediate planting or holding at 60°F-65°F for several weeks before planting gave good rooting of several difficult-to-root tree fruit rootstocks.

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Rooting pear, plum rootstocks: Growth-regulator treatments and a warm preplanting storage period promoted rooting of fall-collected hardwood cuttings

Hudson T. Hartmann, Carl J. Hansen
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Rooting pear, plum rootstocks: Growth-regulator treatments and a warm preplanting storage period promoted rooting of fall-collected hardwood cuttings

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Authors

Hudson T. Hartmann, University of California
Carl J. Hansen, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 12(10):4-14.

Published October 01, 1958

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Taking hardwood cuttings in the fall—while the buds were in the rest period—treating them with indolebutyric acid, followed by immediate planting or holding at 60°F-65°F for several weeks before planting gave good rooting of several difficult-to-root tree fruit rootstocks.

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