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Vol. 9, Issue 10 (2020)

Influence of different potting media and IBA concentrations on sprouting and rooting of Dalbergia sissoo cuttings

Author(s):
PS Negi, Pooja Bhatt, Anupama Rawat, Vikas Verma, Ankit Dongariyal, RK Prasad and Alankar Singh
Abstract:
The present experiment was carried out at The Energy & Resource Institute (TERI), New Delhi to study the effect of different potting media and IBA concentration on sprouting and rooting of Dalbergia sissoo. For the experiment, 400 cuttings were selected. The results of the experiment revealed that potting media 1 (vermiculite 33%, solilite 33% and sand 33%) had the maximum sprouting (62.67%) percentage, whereas potting media 3 (vermiculite 40%, solilite 20% and sand 40%) recorded the least sprouting (51%) in cuttings of Dalbergia sissoo. Moreover, the cuttings in potting media 3 (vermiculite 40%, solilite 20% and sand 40%) treated with 4000 ppm IBA had the maximum sprouting (59%), while the sprouting was least (56%) in potting media 2 (vermiculite 20%, solilite 40% and sand 40%) treated with 2000 ppm IBA. Furthermore, potting media 4 (vermiculite 40%, solilite 40% and sand 20%) had the maximum rooting (76%) in cutting of Dalbergia sissoo, whereas potting media 2 (vermiculite 20%, solilite 40% and sand 40%) recorded the least rooting (53.5%) in cutting of Dalbergia sissoo.
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How to cite this article:
PS Negi, Pooja Bhatt, Anupama Rawat, Vikas Verma, Ankit Dongariyal, RK Prasad, Alankar Singh. Influence of different potting media and IBA concentrations on sprouting and rooting of Dalbergia sissoo cuttings. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(10):328-329.

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