RESEARCH ON PROPAGATION ABILITY OF SEEDS AND GROWTH OF HYDNOPHYTUM FORMICARUM JACK. AT THE NURSERY STAGE
Keywords:Hydnophytum formicarum jack, seed propagation, Phu Quoc
Research on the propagation ability of seeds and growth of Hydnophytum formicarum jack. at the nursery stage was carried out in Phu Quoc National Park - Kien Giang. The initial research results showed that the plant can be propagated by seeds relatively easily. Using seeds taken from ripe fruit with dark orange color combined with warm water treatment for about 30 minutes, sowing seeds in March every year, using a layer of black net cover and coconut husk + dried moss (v/v: 1:1), for high germination rate and high survival rate, low percentage of rotten seeds, high plant height and number of leaves/plant. Take care of seedlings at the nursery stage, use Grow more 30-10-10 + TE foliar fertilizer (or Ryan fertilizer), water to keep the substrate moist at 75%, and use a coconut husk + dried moss (v/v: 1:1) substrate for the best plant growth criteria
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