Propagating From Cuttings

Propagating From Cuttings

Book - 2002
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Did you know that cuttings have a lot of advantages over seedlings, and this is why most plants you buy are propagated by cuttings? John Mason tells you exactly how you can successfully grow your own plants from cuttings. Some plants are very easy to grow from a cutting, but others are a little tricky, unless you use specific techniques, and the right equipment and materials. This book shows you how to grow them all.
If you are a nurseryman, you will learn how to propagate them better; and if you're a home gardener, you will learn how to propagate your own. Propagating from Cuttings provides very specific advice on the different approaches needed for over 200 different groups of plants (i.e. genera), including trees, shrubs, climbers, indoor plants and more.
Publisher: Sydney : 2002
ISBN: 9780731808120
0731808126
Branch Call Number: ANF 631.53 MASO
Characteristics: 102 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

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