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Results of rooting trials with new vegetatively propagated apple cultivars


, : Results of rooting trials with new vegetatively propagated apple cultivars. Vedecke Prace Ovocnarske 6: 191-200

From 2 to 3-year-old branches of hybrid apple cvs selected for rooting capacity, 40-50 cm or 60-70 cm long cuttings were taken on 3 dates and planted 25 cm deep. The capacity for rooting was determined by the presence of adventitious roots (burr-knots) on the branches.

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