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Propagating Plants Asexually

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Lucas Musich

on 29 April 2010

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Stem Cutting When a portion of the stem that contains a terminal bud or lateral bud is cut and placed in growing media to produce roots Softwood Cuttings From soft, succulent growth Hardwood cuttings Cuttings from one-year-old growth, decidous,
or evergreen plants Semi-Hardwood Cuttings From woody broad-leaved plants with new shoots Ex. Birch, Catalpa http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/hil/hil-8702.html Ex. Honey Locust, Willow, and Poplar Ex. Rose, Jasmine, and Daphne Layering A method of asexual propagation where roots
are formed on a stem while it is still attached to the
parent plant Simple Layering branches are bent to the ground and portions of branches are covered with soil Air Layering this type removes a portion of the bark
on the stem and covers it with moistened
sphagnum moss Ex. Climbing Rose, Rhododenons, honeysickle, Foxwood, and Azalea Ex. Trees
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