Studies Concerning of Petunia Rooting from Cuttings
AbstractPetunia hybrida is an economically important ornamental plant species (Mol et al., 1985; Huits et al., 1994). They have a long flowering period, are easy to grow and are available in many forms and colors. Petunias are bright and lively, bloom from spring until frost, and scent the air with lovely fragrance. Best of all, they are amazingly easy to grow, both in the garden and in containers. Many petunias, especially white and lavender cultivars have a very sweet fragrance. The types of petunias best suited to growing in the world are the multifloras, millifloras and spreading petunias. In Romania more cultivate it is grandiflora, multifloras and in the last time period new varieties were introduced from Holland, especial ‘Surfina’ variety. The aim of this investigation was to search for valuable rooting variants of the Petunia hybrida plant. The biological material used in this experience in was represented by the specie Petunia hybrida multifloras type.
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