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Grapes - Propagation

Developed by Corky Lovin, Mark Bell, Louise Ferguson, Ali Almehdi (Feb 2007) "About Propagation Propagation is the process of joining a stem or bud of one plant on to the stem of another. Grafting in grapes is used when a rootstock is needed to reduce the effects of insects, nematodes or problem soils. Keys to successful grafting 1. Start with disease free material 2. Ensure that the actively growing cambium layer of the bud is in contact with cambium layer of the rootstock "

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