Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
Vol. 10, Special Issue 1 (2021)
Effect of growth hormones IBA on clonal propagation of bamboo in nursery condition
Dr. VM Ilorkar, Dr. PD Raut, Ku. Priya C Atram and Ku. Aarti P Deshmukh
An experiment was conducted at AICRP on Agroforestry, College of Agriculture (Dr PDKV), Nagpur to study the effect of different concentrations of IBA on two node culm cuttings of bamboo species for ease propagation and production of quality planting material.
Study revealed that among both the species in nursery condition D. stockssi (Chivar-mesh) produces significantly maximum 4.15 shoots and survival percentage 44.99. Whereas, B. polymorpha (Narangi) significantly attained maximum shoot height 47.31 cm and rooting percentage 49.97. Similarly, among different concentrations of growth regulator IBA, significantly produces maximum number of shoots 5.66, maximum height of shoot 69.04 cm, rooting percentage 68.40 and survival percentage 63.39 when two node culm cuttings were treated with IBA 2500 ppm. The interaction effect were noticed non significant.
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Dr. VM Ilorkar, Dr. PD Raut, Ku. Priya C Atram and Ku. Aarti P Deshmukh. Effect of growth hormones IBA on clonal propagation of bamboo in nursery condition. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2021;10(1S):369-370.