Stimulation of Striking Roots at the Cuttings of Laurel Tree (Laurus nobilis) with the Aid of Bioactive Substances of the Radistim Type
AbstractThe laurel tree was first appraised as a decorative plant because of its persistent, glossy and agreeably nuanced leaves , as well as by its small yellow flowers grouped in panicles of an attractive aspect. This paper followed the effect of radistim on striking roots at the cuttings of Laurus nobilis, observing a considerably increase of the rate of striking roots as well as an enhancement of the quality of the rooting process proved through the number of roots per cutting. The stimulation of the laurel tree cuttings root striking with the aid of the bio-stimulators of the radistim 2 type ensures a superior vegetation potential for the newly formed plants. The work method elaborated at the glass houses complex of Oradea, may contribute to the extension of the laurel tree as a culture in Romania.
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