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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

Vol. 39

Title:
WHY WE SHOULD USE SEEDLINGS INSTEAD OF GRAFTS AND BUDS

Author:
Wayne Lovelace

pp: 529-531

Abstract:
A number of years ago the National Landscape Association began periodically tallying the species of trees its members were satisfactorily using on their projects. Their most recent survey of the top 15 species of shade trees and the top 15 species of flowering trees indicates the basic list has not changed much in the past 20 to 25 years. The dramatic change, however, has occurred in the use of named cultivars of the species most commonly used. To properly discuss this change one should look at the changes occurring in the nursery business.

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