|Title:||茶樹母樹處理對扦插苗生育之影響||Other Titles:||The Treatments of Stock Plants of Tea on the Survival and Subsequent Growth of Tea Cuttings||Authors:||曾方明
|Keywords:||茶;穴植管;益收;母樹處理;扦插;Tea;Dibbling Tube;Ethylene;Stock Plant;Cutting||Issue Date:||Aug-1997||Publisher:||農業試驗所||Related Publication(s):||農業試驗所特刊第74號||Start page/Pages:||81-89||Source:||1997特用作物試驗成果研討會專刊||Conference:||1997特用作物試驗成果研討會
Proceedings of A Symposium on the Experimental Results of Special Crops 1997
The healthy cuttings from a well growth of stock plants of tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) Kuntze) was the best way to improving survival and subsquent growth of tea cuttings. Six treatments included removing shoot tip, thinning flower by hands and spraying urea (20000ppm), glucose (20000ppm)and ethylene (395ppm)
from June to August 1995. All the treatments were applied 3 times at 14-day intervals on 8-year-old cultivars of ‘Chin-shin Oolong’ and TTES No.12. Single-leaf cuttings were made from stems and stuck in dibbling tube. Growth date were recored 175 days after planting. Less survival rate of the cuttings, and fewer f lowers and longer lateral buds of the stock plants were observed in the ethylene treatment. In cv. Chin-shin Oolong, spraying urea or glucose apparently had best effects on subsequent growth of tea cuttings. In ethylene spray on TTES No. 12 cultivar, the subsequent growth of tea cuttings was the worst in all treatments.
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