Propagation By Cuttings

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Cuttings, Propagation By

 

a method of plant propagation by which a part of a plant is cut off and planted. Propagation by cuttings is used in fruit raising, ornamental horticulture, forestry, and the cultivation of certain industrial and medicinal plants. Root cuttings and stem cuttings (lignified stems without leaves or green stems with leaves) are most often used. Root cuttings are used to propagate raspberry, dewberry, young apple seedlings, and white poplar. Lignified stem cuttings are used to propagate currant, grape, quince, and fig. Green stem cuttings with two or three leaves are used to propagate currant, plum; cherry, grape, and certain varieties of gooseberry. Leaf cuttings are used to propagate begonia, violet, and some other plants.

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Vegetative propagation by cuttings: In March 20th 2014, eight mature shrubs, located in glens consisting of oak forest vegetation, were selected for the harvesting of 96 cuttings from fourteen to eighteen young branches with straight growth.
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The high percentage of rooted cuttings obtained in this research and the conclusions described by NERY (2010), that vegetative propagation by cutting is feasible, not being necessary the use of vegetal regulators to increase rooting, demonstrating that Psychotria nuda easily forms roots from stem cuttings.
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