Special Issue "Innovation in Propagation of Fruit, Vegetable and Ornamental Plants"
A special issue of Horticulturae (ISSN 2311-7524).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2019)
Prof. Dr. Sergio Ruffo Roberto
In horticulture, plant propagation plays an important role as the number of plants can be rapidly multiplied retaining desirable characteristics of the mother plants, and shortening the bearing age of plants. There are two primary forms of plant propagation: sexual and asexual. In nature, propagation of plants most often involves sexual reproduction, and this form is still used in several species. Over the years, horticulturists have developed asexual propagation methods that use vegetative plant parts. Innovation in plant propagation has supported breeding programs and allowed the production of high quality nursery plants with the same genetic characteristics of the mother plant, free of diseases or pests.
The purpose of this Special Issue “Innovation in Propagation of Fruit, Vegetable and Ornamental Plants” aims to present state-of-the-art techniques recently developed by researchers worldwide. Innovative articles on propagation of any fruit, vegetable and ornamental species are welcome in this Special Issue.
Prof. Sergio Ruffo Roberto
Manuscript Submission Information
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- propagation methods
- plant growth media
- tissue culture
- nursery plants
- growth regulators