Guidelines on Grafting, Air-Layering and Cuttings
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Definitions and Terminology
Handling of Vegetative Propagation Material
Effect of the Origin of the Vegetative Propagation Material
Time and Collection
Types of Stem Cuttings
Environmental Conditions During Rooting
Root Setting Hormones
What Can Go Wrong
Stages in Air-Layering
Accessories Used in Grafting Propagation
Stages in Grafting
The Root Stock
The Cut and Joint
Nursery or Field Grafting
What Can Go Wrong
Care of Grafted Plants