INFLUENCE OF ROOTING SUBSTRATE FOR SOME ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS FROM BOTANICAL GARDEN AL. BUIA, CRAIOVA

Authors

  • L. STAN

Abstract

attribute of modern development and a source of oxygen. Vegetation in the urban environment contributes actively to air oxygenation, reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide, reducing chemical pollution, retaining dust particles or dusts, reducing noise and mitigating excess climate factors, thereby contributing to health care population.In view of the increasing demands of planting material for landscaping in public or private spaces, action is needed to improve the technologies for the production of tree seedlings and ornamental shrubs. Among these species are those studied in this paper, with the aim of improving the rooting technology of the cuttings made from them and increasing the rooting quality of the planting material.The seedlings resulting from these plants are used for hedges and decorative and utilitarian shapes.Through the studies and researches carried out in the present paper we tried to highlight the rooting substrate consisting of: sand, perlite and perlite + sand on some ornamental wood species: SpiraeavanhoutteiZab. Fam. Rosaceae, Forsythia intermedia Zab. Fam. Oleaceae, Deutz gracilis Siebold & amp; Zucc. Fam. Hydrangeaceae. The production of ornamental shrubs can be done in specially constructed nurseries as well as in protected areas. In order to obtain new ornamental plants at the Botanical Garden "Al. Buia " from Craiova it is used the vegetative propagation method.

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2018-08-21

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Working Group 3: Fundamentally Disciplines and Environment and Plant Management