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International Journal of Chemical Studies

Vol. 5, Issue 5 (2017)
Effect of soaking treatments and scion on growth and success of epicotyl grafting in mango


Author(s): Thakriya HR, Singh Virendra, Bhanderi DR, Shrivastava A and Unnati Ahir

Abstract: A trail was conducted at Regional Horticultural Research Station, ASPEE College of Horticulture and Forestry, Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari, Gujarat during 2016-17. The results of experiment revealed that minimum days taken to first sprout of mango grafts was recorded with Vermiwash 1 % as soaking treatment (10.33) and Kesar as variety of scion (12.27). Maximum number of successful grafts established at 1, 2, 4 and 6 month after grafting (MAG) was observed in Vermiwash 1 % as soaking treatment (17.50, 16.00, 14.50 and 13.50, respectively) and Kesar as variety of scion (16.08, 14.06, 12.17 and 10.72, respectively). Maximum number of leaves of grafts at 2, 4 and 6 MAG was noted in Vermiwash 1 % as soaking treatment (13.57, 19.60 and 25.57, respectively) and Kesar as variety of scion (12.01, 17.19 and 22.04, respectively). Height of graft was maximum in Vermiwash 1 % as soaking treatment (29.03 cm, 36.98 cm and 45.53 cm) and Kesar as variety of scion (26.69 cm, 33.25 cm and 40.11 cm) at 2, 4 and 6 MAG. Therefore, soaking treatments and scion of varieties can be utilized for maximum success, enhancing earliness and production of vigorous grafts.

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Thakriya HR, Singh Virendra, Bhanderi DR, Shrivastava A, Unnati Ahir. Effect of soaking treatments and scion on growth and success of epicotyl grafting in mango. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(5):1641-1645.
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