Pyroligneous Acid Improves in Vitro Rooting of Japanese Pear Cultivars

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Pyroligneous acid, also called wood vinegar, liquid smoke, pyrolysis water, smoke water, wood distillate, is an amber liquid produced through the natural act of carbonization during charcoal/biochar production - this occurs when wood/biomass is heated in an oxygen starved environment.
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Pyroligneous Acid Improves in Vitro Rooting of Japanese Pear Cultivars