Bud characteristics of unrooted stem cuttings affect establishment success of cottonwood
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, 1987 - Science - 8 pages
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100 cuttings 11 and Nisqually 30 cuttings adventitious buds black cottonwood branch stubs buds and shoots buds on cuttings characteristics of black clone of Populus clones Dula contrast cutting and plant cuttings or plants cuttings percent Data dead buds dead cuttings dead shoots diameter different Dula and Orting Dula cuttings establishment success fertilized four clones growth healthy axillary buds Hybrid 11 illustrated in figure Live internodal shoots live nodal shoots live roots live shoots living plants maximum native nodes above ground normal Number of live Nursery opposite was true original axillary buds percent of total percentage plant categories plant percent plots Populus trichocarpa products replications per clone resulting shoot development shoots originated shoots per plant showed spacing treatment species spent buds stem studied success of establishment successful clones table test Snedecor 1961 three cutting three replications total buds Tukey's test Snedecor varied by genotype vigorous plants Washington weak plants