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" In proportion as the scion and the stock approach each other closely in constitution, the less effect is produced by the latter ; and, on the contrary, in proportion to the constitutional difference between the stock and the scion is the effect of the... "
The new and improved Practical gardener, and modern horticulturist - Página 293
por Charles McIntosh - 1839
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents ..., Volumen8,Parte4

United States. Congress. House
...constitutional difference between the stock and the scion, is the effect of the former important. Thus, when pears are grafted or budded on the wild species, apples...upon plums, apples upon whitethorn, and the like. IQ the latter cases, the food absorbed from the earth by the root of the stock is communicated slowly...
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The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement

1831
...constitutional difference between the stock and the scion is the effect of the former important. Thus, when pears are grafted or budded on the wild species ;...upon plums, apples upon whitethorn, and the like. In the latter cases, the food absorbed from the earth by the root of the stock is communicated slowly...
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The Gardener's Magazine, and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement, Volumen7

1831
...constitutional difference between the stock and the scion is the effect of the former important. Thus, when pears are grafted or budded on the wild species ;...upon plums, apples upon whitethorn, and the like. In the latter cases, the food absorbed from the earth by the root of the stock is communicated slowly...
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The Pomological Manual: Or, a Treatise on Fruits ; Containing Descriptions ...

William Prince - 1831 - 416 páginas
...the former important. Thus, when Pears are grafted or budded on the wild species, Apples upon Crais, Plums upon Plums, and Peaches upon Peaches or Almonds,...of fertility is the result of grafting Pears upon duinces, Peaches upon Plums, Apples upon Whitethorn, and the like. In these latter cases, the food...
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Book of Fruits, Being a Descriptive Catalogue of the Most Valuable Varieties ...

Robert Manning - 1838 - 120 páginas
...grafted or budded on the wild species, apples upon crabs,and peaches upon peaches, the scion is,in regard to fertility, exactly in the same state as...pears upon quinces, peaches upon plums, apples upon the thorn, and the like. In these cases the food absorbed from the earth by the root of the stock is...
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The New England Fruit Book: Being a Descriptive Catalogue of the Most ...

Robert Manning - 1844 - 133 páginas
...apples upon crabs, and peaches upon peaches, the scion is in regard to fertility, • says Lindley, " exactly in the same state as if it had not been grafted...pears upon quinces, peaches upon plums, apples upon the thorn, and the like. -In these cases, the food absorbed from the earth by the root of the stock...
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Sights in spring (summer, autumn, winter).

1844
...from seeds. When, too, pears are grafted or budded on the wild species, plums on plums, and peaches on peaches or almonds, the scion is, in regard to fertility,...while, on the other hand, a great increase of fertility arises from grafting pears on quinces, peaches on plums, apples on whitethorn. In these latter cases,...
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The Fruit Culturist, Adapted to the Climate of the Northern States ...

John J. Thomas - 1846 - 220 páginas
...constitutional difference between the stock and the seion, is the effect of the former important. Thus, when pears are grafted or budded on the wild species, apples...in regard to fertility, exactly in the same state aa if it had not been grafted at all; while on the other hand, a great increase of fertility is the...
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The New England Book of Fruit: Containing an Abridgment of Manning's ...

Robert Manning - 1847 - 144 páginas
...apples upon crabs, and peaches upon peaches, the scion is, in regard to fertility, says Lindley, " exactly in the same state as if it had not been grafted...pears upon quinces, peaches upon plums, apples upon the thorn, and the like. In these cases, the food absorbed from the earth, by the root of the stock,...
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The American Fruit Culturist: Containing Directions for the Propagation and ...

John Jacobs Thomas - 1849 - 410 páginas
...constitutional difference between the stock and the scion, is the effect of the former important. Thus, when pears are grafted or budded on the wild species, apples...pears upon quinces, peaches upon plums, apples upon white thorn, and the like. In these latter cases, the food absorbed from the earth by the root of the...
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