A study on the survival of African Tulip (Spathodea campanulata Beauv.) cuttings in relation to their diameters.
Experiments were made with cuttings ranging from 1 to 10 cm. in diam. Survival tends to increase with increasing diam., the best root system and greatest number of shoots occurring in the 10-cm. class. KEYWORDS: nurseries \ forest nurseries \ Planting \ vegetative propagation \ vegetative propagation \ cuttings \ cuttings \ vegetative propagation \ cuttings size \ artificial regeneration \ Silviculture \ soil flora \ effects \ fertilizers \ Spathodea campanulata