Easy Plant Propagation

Author: Michael J McGroarty
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 142598570X
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The plant propagation techniques that you’ll learn in this book are simple to do and easy to learn, and they work incredibly well! If you already have a green thumb you’ll love this book.

Easy Plant Propagation

Author: Nancy J. Ondra
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780395862957
Size: 48.67 MB
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Explains how to propagate and grow annuals, perennials, ferns, bulbs, conifers, shrubs, houseplants, and vegetables

Plant Propagation

Author: M. K. Sadhu
Publisher: New Age International
ISBN: 9788122400656
Size: 69.80 MB
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Hess (1962) isolated four root-promoting substances, other than auxins, from
several easy-to-root and difficult-to-root plants. These naturally occurring
substances reactsynergistically with indoleacetic acid in promoting rooting.
Because of their synergistic reaction with indoleacetic acid (a natural auxin),
these substances are called 'rooting co-factors'. Generally, the easily rooted
plants have a larger number of such co-factors and in greater concentration than
in the difficult-to-root ...

Plant Propagation Concepts And Laboratory Exercises Second Edition

Author: Caula A. Beyl
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1466503882
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PLANTS THAT ROOT EASILY CAN BE USED TO PROMOTE ROOT
FORMATION IN OTHER PLANTS There is a theory that, if a tree is easy to root,
then that tree must contain some sort of chemical that makes the tree easy to root.
Furthermore, this chemical should be able to be extracted by soaking the stems
or other portions of FIGURE 38.3 Cutting willow branches to prepare a willow
diffusate. the plant in water. After soaking, the liquid portion of the concoction can
be separated ...

Plant Propagation

Author: Alan R. Toogood
Publisher: Dk Pub
ISBN: 9780789441164
Size: 23.69 MB
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Hundreds of full-color, step-by-step photographic sequences and detailed instructions introduce the appropriate propagation techniques for more than one thousand different kinds of plants, including roses, orchids, ferns, palms, grasses, ...

The Complete Book Of Plant Propagation

Author: Charles W. Heuser
Publisher: Taunton Press
ISBN: 9781561582341
Size: 80.96 MB
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Explains how to propagate and grow annuals, perennials, ferns, bulbs, conifers, shrubs, trees, houseplants, water plants, herbs, fruit, and vegetables

The Mother Earth News Guide To Vegetable Gardening

Author: Mother Earth News
Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)
ISBN: 0760351872
Size: 62.64 MB
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easy plant propagation The most common way to grow new plants is to sow
seeds, but many by Pleasant Barbara plants also can be propagated vegetatively
by rooting cuttings or stems, or dividing clumps. If you already have a healthy
plant, plant propagation is often faster, easier, and cheaper than growing more
plants from seeds. It takes 6 weeks to grow a tomato seedling to transplanting
size, but you can root a stem tip cutting in half that time. With plant propagation,
you can ...

Plant Propagation In Pictures

Author: Adrienne Oldale
Publisher: David & Charles Publishers
ISBN:
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Propagation is easy since the plant develops aerial roots along most of its stems.
Monstera deliciosa. This plant is fairly easy to grow and yet is one of the biggest
of houseplants. Its giant leaves are cut into attractive shapes. Although
technically it is a climber most houseplants remain as a very large bush and
prefer a temperature of 50-6o°F. Keep it out of direct, hot sunlight but it will
tolerate the dry air of ordinary rooms provided it is adequately watered during the
summer. Cuttings will ...

Liquid Culture Systems For In Vitro Plant Propagation

Author: A.K. Hvoslef-Eide
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402032005
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The bioreactor is a vessel widely used in the cultivation of organisms such as
microbes, animal or plant cells to produce metabolites or cells (Coombs, 1986;
Takayama, 1997, 2000). Bioreactor technology is also applicable to the
propagation of plants. The application for plant propagation was first reported in
1981 for Begonia (Takayama and Misawa, 1981). The techniques have ... Since
handling of cultures, such as inoculation or harvesting is easy, labor cost is saved
. 3. Cultures are ...