Subtropical and ornamental horticulture
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EX VITRO ROOTING OF THE IN VITRO-DERIVED CRANBERRY PLANTS BAZHYDAI T. N.

Year:
2018
The authors:
Bazhydai T. N.
DOI:
10.31360/2225-3068-2018-65-105-109
Page numbers:
105 - 109
Keywords:
cranberry, rooting, ex vitro, acid peat, moss Sphagnum L., perlite, Belarus

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In vitro-derived shoots of Vaccinium spp. plantlets are able to produce roots both in vitro and ex vitro. The aim of the research was to evaluate the influence of substrates on ex vitro rooting and morphological parameters of cranberry regenerants (‘Stevens’, ‘McFarlin’, ‘Ben Lear’). The following acclimatization substrates were tested: moss Sphagnum L. with upper layer of acid peat (0.5 cm); acid peat with upper layer of perlite (0.5 cm); acid peat; moss Sphagnum L. with upper layer of perlite (0.5 cm). It was found that moss with upper layer of acid peat was the most suitable substrate for ex vitro rooting of cranberry cv. Stevens and cv. Ben Lear, moss with upper layer of perlite or acid peat – for ex vitro rooting of cranberry cv. McFarlin.
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