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Inducing root-formation on dormant rose cuttings


, : Inducing root-formation on dormant rose cuttings. Amer Rose Mag 2(9): 147-148

The author reports favorable results with a commercial growth-promoting prepn. used on cuttings of dormant Setigera hybrid roses growing outdoors.

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