Easy Plant Propogation

Author: Michael J. McGroarty
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1425985696
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In this book, James Dean lives through the characters manifested by one person's doll collection. Settle back and enjoy a humorous tribute honoring the James Dean legacy as presented by the dolls.

Easy Plant Propagation

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

Plant Propagation Concepts And Laboratory Exercises

Author: Caula A. Beyl
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1420065092
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These processes include apical dominance, fruit development, root initiation,
phototropism, leaf formation, and abscission. Auxins occur naturally as
indoleacetic acid (IAA) primarily and in less frequency as indolebutyric acid (IBA).
Synthetic auxins often used in horticulture are naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) and
2, 4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) (Figure 19.1). The most commonly used
auxins for rooting cuttings are IBA and NAA. IAA degrades easily in the plant,
whereas 2,4D ...

Plant Propagation In Pictures

Author: Adrienne Oldale
Publisher: David & Charles Publishers
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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 ...

Plant Propagation By Tissue Culture

Author: Edwin F. George
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402050054
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Plants selected and exploited by man also have different propensities for
propagation by seed or by vegetative means. 1.1. PROPAGATION USING
SEEDS Seeds have several advantages as a means of propagation: • they are
often produced in large numbers so that the plants regenerated from them are
individually inexpensive; • many may usually be stored for long periods without
loss of viability; • they are easily distributed; • most often plants grown from seed
are without most of ...

The Complete Book Of Plant Propagation

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

Plant Propagation

Author: M. K. Sadhu
Publisher: New Age International
ISBN: 9788122400656
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Chapter 9 Layering LAYERING is one of the oldest techniques used by
gardeners and nurserymen to propagate many woody plants. Unlike stem
cuttings, in layering stem is induced to root when it is still attached to, and
sustained by the parent plant. It is an effective means of propagation of species
which do not root readily on cuttings. Another advantage of layering is that it is
easy to perform and does not require elaborate facilities necessary for cuttings;
neither does it require close ...

Temperate And Subtropical Fruit Production

Author: David Jackson
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 0851992714
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This chapter discusses some important principles in plant propagation and
describes some commonly used techniques. It also describes the techniques of ...
Freedom from major viruses and other systemic disease is especially important
for long-term crops but is also important for short-cycle plants like strawberry.
Virus, bacterial and systemic fungal ... in deciduous fruit plant propagation.
Currants, gooseberries, grapes and plums are all relatively easy to propagate by
this method.