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Propagación vegetativa de especies forestales: resultados y aplicaciones

by Leakey, R.R.B; Newton, A.C; Corea, E; Cornelius, J; Mesén, F; Salazar, R. ed; CATIE, Turrialba (Costa Rica); Semana Científica Turrialba (Costa Rica) 8-10 Dic 1993.
Publisher: Turrialba (Costa Rica) 1993Description: v.2 p. 97-98.Subject(s): ALBIZIA | BOMBACOPSIS QUINATA | CEDRELA ODORATA | CORDIA ALLIODORA | EUCALYPTUS DEGLUPTA | GMELINA ARBOREA | VOCHYSIA GUATEMALENSIS | PROPAGACION VEGETATIVA | FITOMEJORAMIENTO | COSTA RICA | ALBIZIA | BOMBACOPSIS QUINATA | CEDRELA ODORATA | CORDIA ALLIODORA | EUCALYPTUS DEGLUPTA | GMELINA ARBOREA | VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION | PLANT BREEDING | COSTA RICA | ALBIZIA | BOMBACOPSIS QUINATA | CEDRELA ODORATA | CORDIA ALLIODORA | EUCALYPTUS DEGLUPTA | GMELINA ARBOREA | MULTIPLICATION VEGETATIVE | AMELIORATION DES PLANTES | COSTA RICASummary: Leafy stem cuttings of a large number of tropical tree species were successfully rooted in low-technology, non-mist propagators at CATIE, Costa Rica and ITE, Scotland. The study concentrated on some of the factors, both pre-and post-severance, known to have a critical influence on the physiological condition and the rooting ability of cuttings. The practical implications arising from the study are also discussed.
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Leafy stem cuttings of a large number of tropical tree species were successfully rooted in low-technology, non-mist propagators at CATIE, Costa Rica and ITE, Scotland. The study concentrated on some of the factors, both pre-and post-severance, known to have a critical influence on the physiological condition and the rooting ability of cuttings. The practical implications arising from the study are also discussed.

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