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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

Vol. 30

Title:
DISCUSSION GROUP REPORTS GROUP B BENCH GRAFTING

Author:
R. Thurlow

pp: 239

Abstract:
Subjects discussed were Acer platanoides, Japanese cherries, and lilacs. The chairman summarised results obtained in these genera.

Acer platanoides. Stocks were potted into 4 in. whalehides the year before grafting took place and put into frames. The following autumn they were brought inside the greenhouse to dry out before grafting. Grafting took place in January and February, a side graft being used, and tied with ½ in. polythene tape. The grafts were then placed inside a cold tunnel house. The take was about 50% in both cultivars. They will be close lined out in mid-summer following grating.

Japanese cherries. Stocks of Prunus avium were potted into 4 in. whalehides the year before grafting took place and put into cold frames. They were brought inside the greenhouse the following autumn to dry out before grafting. Grafting took place in January and February, a side graft being used and tied with ½ in polythene tape, then placed inside a cold tunnel house. Five cultivars were grafted —

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