EFFECT OF SPACING ON THE ROOTING OF CHAMAECYPARIS
In an attempt to maximize production from a given area of heated propagation bench, it is common practice for plant propagators to space cuttings densely. The close spacing of cuttings of cultivars of Chamaecyparis lawsoniana reduced rooting and the results show that this was wasteful of labour and propagating material. Less densely placed cuttings showed satisfactory rooting and a lower death rate.
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