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" The scion, or graft, which should not exceed in diameter half that of the stock, is then to be divided longitudinally, about two inches upwards from its lower end, into two unequal divisions, by passing the knife upwards, just in contact with one side... "
The Propagation of Plants: Giving the Principles which Govern the ... - Página 212
por Andrew Samuel Fuller - 1887 - 339 páginas
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Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London, Volumen1

1820
...medulla appears in the section, and ends as much above it, upon the opposite side. The scion, or graft, which should not exceed in diameter half that of the stock, is then to be divided longitudinally, about two inches upwards from its lower end, into two unequal divisions,...
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An Encyclopaedia of Gardening, Comprising the Theory and Practice of ...

John Claudius Loudon - 1822 - 1469 páginas
...appears in the section of the stock, and ends as much abovu it, upon the opposite side. The scion, which should not exceed in diameter half that of the stock, is then to be divided longitudinally, about two inches upwards from its lower end, into two unequal divisions,...
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The Practical Gardener, and Modern Horticulturist: Containing the ..., Volumen1

Charles McIntosh - 1828 - 1264 páginas
...the stock, and ends as much above it on the opposite side. The scion, which for this mode of grafting should not exceed in diameter half that of the stock, is then to be divided longitudinally about two inches upwards from its lower end, into two unequal divisions,...
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The new and improved Practical gardener, and modern horticulturist

Charles McIntosh - 1839
...the stock, and ends as much above it on the opposite side. The scion, which for this mode of grafting should not exceed in diameter half that of the stock, is then to be divided longitudinally about two inches upwards from its lower end, into two unequal divisions,...
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The Theory of Horticulture; Or, An Attempt to Explain the Principal ...

John Lindley - 1840 - 387 páginas
...medulla appears in the section, and ends as much above it, upon the opposite side. The scion, or graft, which should not exceed in diameter half that of the stock, is then to be divided longitudinally, about two inches upwards from its lower end, into two unequal divisions,...
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A Dictionary of Modern Gardening

George William Johnson - 1847 - 635 páginas
...medulla appears in the section, and ends as much above it upon the opposite side. The scion, or graft, which should not exceed in diameter half that of the stock, is then to be divided longitudinally, abouttwoinchesupwards from its lower end, into two unequal divisions,...
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The Theory and Practice of Horticulture: Or, An Attempt to Explain the Chief ...

John Lindley - 1855 - 606 páginas
...medulla appears in the section, and ends ns much above it, upon the opposite side. The scion, or graft, which should not exceed in diameter half that of the stock, is then to be divided longitudinally, about two inches upwards from its lower end, into two unequal divisions,...
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The Horticulturist and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste, Volumen23

1868
...the alburnum. The head of the stock is taken off by a single stroke of the knife obliquely." The cion should not exceed in diameter half that of the stock...divisions. The stronger division of the cion is then to be pared thin at its lower extremity, and introduced, as in crown grafting, between the bark and...
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