Determination of Effects of Different IBA Doses on Rooting of the Hardwood Cutings of Some Fig Cultivars
The aim of study was to determine the effects of different doses of IBA (Indole 3- butyric acid) on the rooting performances of the hardwood cuttings of some fig cultivars. Cuttings 15-20 cm in length and 10-15 mm diameter were taken from Nazareth, Banana, Noire de Cromp and Morgüz cultivars. The cuttings were dipped in to the solution containing 0, 250, 500 and 1000 ppm IBA doses and planted into rooting media. At the end of the study the best IBA doses were determined for rooting rate and quality.
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