Effect of Indolebutyric Acid, Indoleacetic Acid, and Alpha Naphthalene-Acetic Acid on Rooting of Cuttings of Douglas Fir and Sitka Spruce
Abstract:It has now been demonstrated conclusively that a certain group of chemicals produce profound physiologic responses in plants. One of the more important of these responses, as far as foresters are concerned, is the formation of roots by cutting. The author has found that as high as 80 percent of the treated Douglas fir cuttings and 100 percent of the treated Sitka spruce cuttings produced roots under the conditions of the experiment.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: University of British Columbia
Publication date: 1940-06-01
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