Anderson's Rhododendron including vitamins

$58.00 - $168.00
SKU:
A0202

Product Overview

A two-fold increase in shoot multiplication of red raspberry on Anderson’s medium was achieved as compared to the Murashige and Skoog formulation. A comparison of the inorganics of both formulations showed a reduction to approximately 1/4 strength on NH4NO3 and KNO3 in Anderson inorganics. The optimal concentrations of growth- regulators for shoot multiplication of red and black raspber-ry were 0.1-2.5 µM IBA and 4.5-9.0 µM BA. In vitro rooting of black and red raspberries were succes-ful using the basal media that included Anderson’s Inorganics, 5µM IBA and 600 mg/l activated charcoal. The latter is essential for high rooting percentagesA two-fold increase in shoot multiplication of red raspberry on Anderson’s medium was achieved as compared to the Murashige and Skoog formulation. A comparison of the inorganics of both formulations showed a reduction to approximately 1/4 strength on NH4NO3 and KNO3 in Anderson inorganics. The optimal concentrations of growth- regulators for shoot multiplication of red and black raspber-ry were 0.1-2.5 µM IBA and 4.5-9.0 µM BA. In vitro rooting of black and red raspberries were succes-ful using the basal media that included Anderson’s Inorganics, 5µM IBA and 600 mg/l activated charcoal. The latter is essential for high rooting percentagesA two-fold increase in shoot multiplication of red raspberry on Anderson’s medium was achieved as compared to the Murashige and Skoog formulation. A comparison of the inorganics of both formulations showed a reduction to approximately 1/4 strength on NH4NO3 and KNO3 in Anderson inorganics. The optimal concentrations of growth- regulators for shoot multiplication of red and black raspber-ry were 0.1-2.5 µM IBA and 4.5-9.0 µM BA. In vitro rooting of black and red raspberries were succes-ful using the basal media that included Anderson’s Inorganics, 5µM IBA and 600 mg/l activated charcoal. The latter is essential for high rooting percentages

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