Shows, a near extinct condition of the G. biloba tree. Fig. 2. Sprouted semi hard cuttings of G. biloba after one year. Fig. 3. Sprouting of semi hard cuttings after 2 years. Fig. 4 and Fig. 5. Seedlings transferred in the poly sleeves by seeds raised. Fig. 6. Rooted seedlings raised by seeds. Fig. 7. A field trial (FYM x Spacing) in dormant period. Fig. 8. A field trial in fully growth season (July-August).
How to cite this article:
Gopichand, R. L. Meena. Standardization of propagation and agro techniques in Ginkgo biloba L. - A medicinally important plant. J Med Plants Stud 2015;3(4):06-15.