By Oropeza Maira, Mejías Alexander, Teresa Edith Vargas (auth.), S. Mohan Jain, Sergio J. Ochatt (eds.)
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2. Plastic basket (25 cm diameter). 3. Clay pots (10 cm diameter). 4. Charcoal chips – Wood-charcoal is obtained by burning treewood, and 10 mm3 chips are prepared. 5. Coconut husk – Husk of the ripe coconut fruit is extracted, and 20 mm3 sized husks are prepared by cutting. 6. Fertilizer – 30N-10P-10K and 20N-20P-20K mixtures are collected from PROSHIKA, Bangladesh. Three g of mixture are dissolved in 1 L of water. 24 Alam, Sinha, and Hakim 3. Methods 1. 1. 1. 5 mg/L NAA as growth regulators and 1 g/L of activated charcoal.
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