Cleft grafting, Biology

Cleft grafting 
  • The stem of the stock is cut across. A 'V' shaped insertion is made at the end of the stock.
  • The scion is cut in shape. The scion is inserted into the 'V' shaped root stock. The point of union is held in position and a waxed tape is put around the junction.

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