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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

Vol. 43

Protea Stock Plant Nutrition

Andrew Mathews

pp: 48-54


This paper describes some of the trials carried out at Proteaflora in Monbulk, Victoria. The general aim of the trials was to achieve consistent production of good quality cutting material The work described in this paper concentrates on the importance of nitrogen and phosphorus in the rooting and subsequent growth of cuttings

In previous experiments we established that nitrogen and phosphorus were the most critical elements in the fertilization of our stock plants

In the trial described here two clonal cultivars were used:Telopea ‘Shady Lady’ red and Leucospermum cordifolium #27.

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