Tongue grafting, Biology

Tongue grafting
  • Top of the stock is cut diagonally and in an upward direction. Scion is cut diagonally in downward direction.
  • A second cut is given from above downwards, which forms the tongue, such that the notchor tongue of the scion closely fits with that of stock.
  • Union is tied with twine and covered with a waxed tape.

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