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ROLE OF AUXIN SYNERGISTS IN THE ROOTING OF HARDWOOD AND SEMI HARDWOOD CUTTINGS OF FIG (FICUS CARICA L.)*

SEMI HARDWOOD CUTTINGS OF FIG (FICUS CARICA L.)* K.V. Rajeswara Reddy, Ch. Pulla Reddy and P.V. Goud
Department of Horticulture, College of Agriculture, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad - 500 030, India

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47 - 51
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ARCC2269
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Abstract
The effect of auxin synergists viz., para hydroxy benzoic acid (PHBA), rutin, morin andphloroglucinol (PG) at 2000 ppm alone and in combination with IBA 2500 ppm on rooting and rootcharacters of fig hardwood and semi hardwood cuttings were evaluated. The results of this studyclearly demonstrated that the hardwood cuttings recorded superior to semi hardwood cuttings for allthe parameters taken. Among the treatments IBA 2500 ppm + PHBA 2000 ppm recorded highestpercentage of rooting, more number of roots per cutting, longest root length per cutting and maximumsurvival percentage in both hardwood and semi hardwood cuttings. When auxin synergists were usedalone could not induce effective rooting, but when used in combination with IBA; PHBA, rutin andmorin showed synergistic effect on rooting and other root characters. However, PG showed antagonisticeffect with IBA. The interaction effect between type of cutting and treatments showed that hardwoodcutting treated with IBA 2500 ppm + PHBA 2000 ppm showed significant superiority in respect topercentage of rooting and other root characters over other treatments.
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