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Appl. Sci., Volume 9, Issue 11 (June-1 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The Paulownia genus is currently very interesting for growers. An increasing number of Paulownia [...] Read more. The Paulownia genus is currently very interesting for growers. An increasing number of Paulownia hybrids yield new opportunities such as straight trunk or resistance to low temperatures. To produce high-quality plant material, effective and cheap methods of propagation should be used. In this elaboration, in vitro propagation protocol has been proposed. Moreover, variable cost analysis has been done. Comparing the market price of seedlings to micropropagation costs in vitro production of Paulownia plants can be very profitable. This can also reduce major variable costs: labor, materials, and reagents can significantly improve production profitability. View this paper.