ADAPTATION CHARACTERISTIC OF LILIUM CAUCASICUM (MISCZ.) GROSSH. TO EX VITRO CONDITIONS
- The authors:
- Malyarovskaya V. I., Samarina L. S.
- Page numbers:
- 120 - 125
- Lilium caucasicum, in vitro, propagation, growth regulators, plant acclimatization, biometric indicators, survival rate.
The paper studied the influence of biopreparations of a new generation (НВ-101, zircon, epine, plant) at the stage of adaptation to ex vitro conditions of Lilium caucasicum (Miscz.) Grossh. (= Lilium martagon L.) bulbs. It was established that the best development of onions, according to biometric parameters such as length and number of roots, leaf length, size and weight of onions, as well as plant survival was noted on substrates treated with plan (2.5 g/l) – 92.1 % and epine (0.5 ml/l) – 94.6 %. The smallest biometric indicators, at the control level, were obtained on a substrate treated with the biological preparation HB-101, the plant survival rate was 2.2 % lower than in the control.