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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

Vol. 22

Title:
DISCUSSION GROUP REPORTS GROUP C. BENCH GRAFTING

Author:
DOUGLAS WEGUELIN

pp: 268-270

Abstract:
The Chairman opened the discussion by giving a list of subjects for which bench grafting was particularly important, either because they were difficult to root by other means or because, when raised from seed, they might produce very poor forms. The list included -

  1. Acer, particularly A. palmatum 'Dissectum' forms
  2. Berbis x lologensis
  3. Betula spp.
  4. Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca'
  5. Cytisus battandierilac cuttings.
  6. Fagus spp.
  7. Hamamelis
  8. Juniperus
  9. Malus spp. (a useful way to build up stock).
  10. Picea pungens 'Koster'
  11. Pinua spp.
  12. Prunus spp.
  13. Rhododendron> spp.
  14. Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia'
  15. Rosa spp. especially Rosa 'Mermaid'.
  16. Wisteria
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