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Archive: Published Articles

ENVIRONMENT AND ECOLOGY

Interdisciplinary International Science Journal

Volume 42 (2024)
Issue 1
Page No. 1

Authors:

 

Mallika Sindha,

S. T. Bhatt,

K. S. Solanki, 
Chandana Shivaswamy

Environment and Ecology 42 (1) : 1—5, January—March 2024
Article DOI: https://doi.org/10.60151/envec/EJRP2422
ISSN 0970-0420

Effect of Different Types of cuttings and Indole-3-Butyric Acid (IBA) on Rooting of Damas Plant (Conocarpus lancifolius L.)

Mallika Sindha, S. T. Bhatt, K. S. Solanki, 
Chandana Shivaswamy

Received 14 August 2023, Accepted 31 December 2023, Published on 31 January 2024

ABSTRACT

 

An experiment consists of two types of cuttings viz. tip cutting (C1) and semi hardwood cuttings (C2) with different IBA concentrations i.e. 300 (I1), 400 (I2), 500 (I3) and 600 (I4) ppm each along with control (I5) were treated. The experiment was laid out in a Randomized Block Design with Factorial Concept comprise three replications. The cuttings were planted in sand bed. Among different types of cuttings, maximum number of roots (11.03), root length (6.99 cm), fresh weight (255.60 mg/plant) of root and dry weight (27.59 mg/plant) of root along with highest rooting percent (67.14) of cuttings were recorded in tip cutting after 60 days of planting. While in case of IBA, highest number of roots (13.23), longest root (7.66 cm), maximum fresh weight (294.33 mg/plant) of root, dry weight (27.59 mg/plant) of root and maximum rooting percentage (67.14) of cuttings were recorded under treatment of 500 ppm IBA at 60 days of planting. Interaction effect of tip cuttings along with 500 ppm IBA (C1I3) was also found significant for all the characters.

Keywords    Conocarpus, Damas plant, IBA, Tip cutting, Semi hardwood cutting.

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