THE INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT ROOTING SUBSTRATES ON THE ROOT SYSTEM OF ABUTILON HYBRIDUM HORT. NEW PLANTS OBTAINED BY CUTTINGS

Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Volume LXI
Written by Diana VÂȘCĂ-ZAMFIR, Mihai Cristian POMOHACI, Leonard ILIE

The purpose of the research was to identify to what extent rooting substrates used for vegetative propagation on commercial plant Abutilon hybridum, influence the defining parameters for the future decorative potential of the plants. It has been tested a number of substrates defined as classical for two different rooting cuttings shoot (the segment and peak), aiming the evolution of the roots. For statistical interpretation of data it was developed an indicator that reflects the two types of measurements: percentage of rooting (%) and the average length of root cuttings (avg) for each type of substrate, called ITPS (I = Rooting T = Segment, P = Peak, S= Shoot).

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VÂȘCĂ-ZAMFIR D., POMOHACI M.C., ILIE L. 2017, THE INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT ROOTING SUBSTRATES ON THE ROOT SYSTEM OF ABUTILON HYBRIDUM HORT. NEW PLANTS OBTAINED BY CUTTINGS. Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Volume LXI, Print ISSN 2285-5653, 365-368.


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