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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

Vol. 41

Comparison of Propagation Methods on Red Maple

Bob Schilpzand

pp: 270-271

When we talk about propagation objectives of red maples, we always have in mind the numbers we want to plant in the field and the quality of seedlings, softwood cuttings, or tissue-culture liners.

We at McGill's;s Nursery try to start with the best possible plant, so we can dig the best possible product 1 or 2 years down the road.

Besides this, our goal is to have a live tree in every hole Just to give you a little information, we went through our records of many years and came up with the following percentages in comparing budding, softwood cuttings, and tissue-culture plants:

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