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The effect of an electric field of ultra-high frequency on the growth and development of woody cuttings

, : The effect of an electric field of ultra-high frequency on the growth and development of woody cuttings. Bjull. glav. bot, Sada, 70, 109-11. bibl. 5

Softwood cuttings of 3 species treated in an electric field at a frequency of 39 kHz for 5, 10, 15 or 20 min. showed improved rooting and subsequent growth.


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