International Journal of Botany Studies

International Journal of Botany Studies


International Journal of Botany Studies
International Journal of Botany Studies
Vol. 7, Issue 4 (2022)

The effect of different concentrations of IBA on hardwood and softwood cuttings of (Punica granatum L.)


Vadlamudi Nageswara Rao, Deepika Saxena, Himani Mehta, B Bhupathireddy, Robinjit Kaur

The pomegranate, (Punica granatum L.) is a horticulture crop grown for profit. This crop's cultivation is increasing on a daily basis. Mostly because of its ability to survive, especially in arid or sparsely populated places. It may be propagated from seed; Pomegranate cuttings are also used for commercial propagation. To meet the expanding need for high-quality plant material, simple, rapid, dependable, and cost-effective multiplications are necessary, and cuttings are the ideal material for the job. Pomegranate plant is widely propagated through cuttings as it is the easiest and most suitable way of producing the plants on a very large scale. In pomegranates, cuttings are rapidly grown with the help of different types of PGR’S, among the PGRS widely used PGR’S are indole butyric acid (IBA) and NAA and they used to different concentrations as per the requirement where it ranges from 200ppm to 10000ppm, growing media also plays a key role in the growth of the cuttings as it provides the good aeration and helps in retaining the good amount of moisture. Humid weather conditions during the spring season increase the likelihood of roots and survival. As a result, the major purpose of this review study is to collect and synthesize data on the impact of various IBA treatments using pomegranate hardwood and softwood cuttings. in the past years along with the recent studies.
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How to cite this article:
Vadlamudi Nageswara Rao, Deepika Saxena, Himani Mehta, B Bhupathireddy, Robinjit Kaur. The effect of different concentrations of IBA on hardwood and softwood cuttings of (Punica granatum L.). International Journal of Botany Studies, Volume 7, Issue 4, 2022, Pages 112-116
International Journal of Botany Studies