Uses of grafting, Biology

Uses of Grafting
  • Grafting helps to preserve and perpetuate varieties that cannot reproduce by vegetative method.
  • Grafting changes less useful varieties to more desirable varieties. Adaptation to unfavourable environment can also be done by grafting.
  • Different varieties can be grown on one plant as a novelty.
  • It is economically feasible to produce plants through grafts for those that are difficult to propagate by cuttings.
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