Propagation of Plants by Grafting and Budding

Including a glossary of terms, this handbook is well illustrated with clear photographs and drawings. It covers tools and materials, grafting and budding factors, kinds of grafts, budding methods, topworking, and repair. A table of many common plants indicates when and how they best respond to the propagation methods described.
Fabricante: Kumar, Mohan
Sku: PNW496
€3.32
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