Approach grafting, Biology

Approach grafting
  • In this method both scion and stock remain rooted. A small slice is cut off from the stem of scion and stock.
  • Scion is bent towards the stock. The two cut surfaces of the scion and stock are brought together and tied with a tape.
  • In course of time the two stems get united. Then the top of the stock and the base of the scion are cut off.

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