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Forcing the TissueAuthor(s): John E. Preece; J. W. Van Sambeek; Paul H. Henry; James Zaczek
Source: American Nurseryman 196(7):26-29
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionMany woody shrubs and trees are propagated by rooting green, leafy cuttings (softwood or semihardwood) because of poor rooting response from dormant hardwood cuttings. However, this method limits cutting propagation to a short period each year. As a group of scientists, we've developed a system that allows for production of softwood cuttings during the dormant season, which could free propagation workers for field production during spring and summer.
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CitationPreece, John E.; Van Sambeek, J. W.; Henry, Paul H.; Zaczek, James. 2002. Forcing the Tissue. American Nurseryman 196(7):26-29
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