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Rooting percentage, number, length and quality of single node maile stem cuttings (Alyxia olivaeformis Gaud. F. Fusiformis) were increased by 3000 ppm and 8000 ppm indolebutyric acid (IBA) concentrated dip solutions. Hardwood cuttings root better than semihardwood cuttings.
Seed germination rate and percentage of maile (Alyxia olivaeformis Gaud.) were improved by removal of the fleshy seed coat and preconditioning with growth regulators. Preplant soaking for 48 or 72 hours with 100 ppm kinetin, 2000 ppm potassium nitrate (KNO3), 500 ppm or 1000 ppm gibberellic acid (GA) were the most effective treatments.