Enhancement of adventitious root differentiation and growth of in vitro grapevine shoots inoculated with plant growth promoting rhizobacteria
Keywords:Vitis vinifera, micropropagation, rooting, biotization, Burkholderia spp.
The effect of Burkholderia spp. strain IF25 on adventitious rooting was evaluated in micropropagated grapevine explants. Data on rooting time, stem length, number of stem nodes, basal callus development, number of roots and root length per rooted microcutting were detected at 6, 8, 10, 13, 19, 26 and 30 days after bacterial inoculation. Results suggest that bacterization of in vitro grapevine explants by strain IF25 affected root differentiation, as the earliest rooting occurred in inoculated shoots, whether or not exogenous IBA had been applied, and increased the average number of roots per explant.
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