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Grafting Fruit Trees

Grafting Fruit Trees
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by Larry Southwick. The author offers an overview of one of the olds horticultural practices -- grafting, promising that "grafting and budding are not difficult." Topics covered include: tools, wound dressing, why graft?, types of grafts, budding and 10 essentials of successful grafting and budding. Black and white illustrations. 32 pages. 5.5 X8.5 inches. Contents Definition of Terms Tools for Grafting Would Dressing Why Graft? Types of Grafts When to Graft or Bud Source os Scion and Bud Wood cleft grafting bark graft bridge graft inlay graft (Verneer and Rind) inarch graft whip or tongue graft stub graft oblique graft Budding Ten essentials of Successful Grafting and Budding Ten Most-Asked Questions about Grafting.

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