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EHT-110: Basil from Cuttings: Higher Yields, Earlier to Market
210550, 15; 237550, 85;
2019 January New
Electronic Download Only.
A promising strategy for commercial basil production is to propagate basil from cuttings instead of seeds. Research from Texas A&M AgriLife has found that basil plants propagated from cuttings reach harvestable size earlier and yield more dry matter content than plants propagated from seeds. This publication explains the research and its possible implications for commercial growers. (3 pp., 9 photos). By Haijie Dou, Mengmeng Gu, and Genhua Niu
E-396: Commercial Pecans: Controlling Rosette, Diseases and Zinc Deficiency
E-264S: Enverdecimiento de los cítricos
EPLP-001: Plum Pox Virus: A Threat to Texas?
EHT-101: Green June Beetle in Texas
EHT-022: Texas Fruit and Nut Production: Peaches
EPLP-004: Peach Latent Mosaic Viroid
HT-082: Easy Gardening for Texas
EHT-106: New Crapemyrtle Cultivars
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