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00a APX: apex AN: axillary node CN: cotyledonary node Table 4: Effects of the hormonal induction on the rooting of plantlets after 30 days of culture.
My method involves placing these new plantlets in 3in pots of compost to give them a good start in life.
The cacao production in that region is expected to decline by 147,000 tons during the three year implementation of the program as old cacao trees in 70,000 hectares of plantations will be replaced with plantlets.
The plantlets will have high yield potential varieties for increased farm productivity and the quantity is projected to increase depending on demand.
Briggs is the world's largest producer of tissue culture plantlets and liners, also known as "starter plants," for the woody ornamental category and the largest rhododendron introducer and producer in the world.
Dubois, a 32-year-old nematologist and biocontrol specialist, has refined a technique to produce healthy banana plantlets that are not only 100% natural, but have a boosted defence system to stave off pests and diseases.
These transgenic plantlets, described on page 5, are currently being cultivated in the RRII campus in Kottayam, India.
Within weeks he will be receiving 900,000 cloned Fundy and Brunswick plantlets from a mother plant in Prince Edward Island.
Because of its multiplicative power and potential for automation, the somatic embryogenesis system has the inherent capability to deliver superior plantlets at or below the cost of open-pollinated seedlings.
In Spathiphyllum plantlets a direct relationship between the