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Vegetative multiplication of Bambusa balcooa Roxb. using branch cuttings

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Two noded branch cuttings of Bambusa balcooa Roxb., with rhizomatous swelling, treated with 200 ppm indole-3-butyric acid, gave 66.7% success in rooting and rhizome formation. 100% field survivals were noticed 2 years after field planting. However, the culms produced were small. Intensive management practices like fertilization, irrigation and regular soil working shortened the establishment period. The possibility of combining macroproliferation with branch cutting technique needs to be explored for fast multiplication of the species.


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