Bud grafting, Biology

Bud grafting
  • A 'T' shaped incision is made on the bark of the stock.
  • A bark is removed on either side of vertical cut.
  • A single bud scion with a little wood is placed in the incision of below the bark and held in position applying tape.
  • The buds of the stock will be removed so that they may not compete with the grafted bud.
  • Active cells under the bud and the exposed surface area of the stock come together.

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