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Vol. 11, Special Issue 7 (2022)

Study the performance of wedge grafting in Indian jujube under different growing conditions

Author(s):
Sonia, Satpal Baloda, Jeet Ram Sharma, SK Sehrawat, GS Rana, Susheel Sharma and Arvind Malik
Abstract:
The experiment was conducted at the experimental orchard and in the polyhouse of the Department of Horticulture, CCS HAU, Hisar during the year 2019-20 to find the effect of grafting time and growing conditions on ber cultivars Gola and Umran. Among different time of grafting operation. The minimum number of days taken to sprouting was recorded during 4th week of February which was followed by 1st week of March under polyhouse condition in cv. Gola. The graft success was recorded highest under polyhouse condition when grafting was performed during 3rd week of February which was followed by 2nd and 4th week of February and in open field during 4th week of February in cv. Umran. The growth parameters i.e., shoot length, shoot diameter and number of leaves were recorded significantly higher when grafting was performed during 4th week of February under open field condition in cv. Gola. The study delves that the performance of wedge grafting in Indian jujube best resulted showed during 3rd week of February under polyhouse condition and 4th week of February under open field condition in cv. Umran and Gola cultivars.
Pages: 173-180  |  330 Views  158 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sonia, Satpal Baloda, Jeet Ram Sharma, SK Sehrawat, GS Rana, Susheel Sharma and Arvind Malik. Study the performance of wedge grafting in Indian jujube under different growing conditions. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(7S): 173-180.

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