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during off-peak season or in non-hardy climates. Debner et al. (p. 276) took one-node floricane cuttings of seven blackberry varieties and subjected them to various auxin treatments and rooting environments. Rooting success varied greatly among varieties

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allowing cladodes to suberize early in the propagation cycle. K-IBA altered rooting polarity and stimulated adventitious root formation along the wounded cladode surfaces. Vertical non-suberized wounding methods and auxin treatments are an excellent

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Anthony L. Witcher, Eugene K. Blythe, Glenn B. Fain, and Kenneth J. Curry

, rooting substrate, and auxin treatment. A proper balance of air space and container capacity are critical for healthy root development, so the combined effects of propagation environment (mist application volume and frequency) and container size must be

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Liang Zheng, Zibin Xiao, and Weitang Song

promoted the metabolism of the stem cuttings ( Ragonezi et al., 2010 ). Therefore, for the reproduction of carnation seedlings, proper application of the combined auxin treatment reduces the dose usage of auxin and achieves ideal root formation and

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Fumiomi Takeda, Thomas Tworkoski, Chad E. Finn, and Charles C. Boyd

other blackberry cultivars, in which auxin treatments were applied and green or hardwood cuttings were misted intermittently. Much of the adventitious roots on cuttings placed in the enclosed system developed from the base of the axillary bud. Rooting

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Szu-Chin Peng, Iou-Zen Chen, and Cheng-Yung Cheng

Vegetative propagation of mature eastern and carolina hemlocks by rooted softwood cuttings HortScience 40 1469 1473 Sabir, A. Kara, Z. Kucukbasmact, F. Yucel, N.K. 2004 Effects of different rooting media and auxin treatments on the rooting ability of

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David C. Zlesak

cuttings taken in summer and placed under intermittent mist. Adventitious roots can typically be observed after 3 to 4 weeks under favorable conditions with or without auxin treatments. Salable plants in #1 nursery containers can be produced within one

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resistant; whereas the varieties Bellamosum, Blue Shadow, Belladona, and Casa Blanca were susceptible. Propagation of Taiwanese Wild Grape using a Floating Culture System The effects of propagation medium and auxin treatment on rooting rates of taiwanese

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Asma Alhussein Alawaadh, Yaser Hassan Dewir, Mona S. Alwihibi, Abdulhakim A. Aldubai, Salah El-Hendawy, and Yougasphree Naidoo

-auxin (≤0.5 mg·L −1 ) treatments yielded fewer, but longer, roots. Together, these results clearly demonstrate that exogenous auxin treatment is necessary to improve philodendron rooting. Previous studies have reported that the addition of NAA (0.5 mg·L −1

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Ana V. de Souza, José E.B.P. Pinto, Suzan K.V. Bertolucci, Ricardo M. Corrêa, Larissa C. do B. Costa, and William E. Dyer

length and total root number were made 30 d after transfer to fresh medium. Experiments were set up in a completely randomized experimental design, where the treatments were arranged in a 4 (auxin treatments) × 5 (times to maintain on the medium