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Raising Acer, Hamamelis and Sorbus from seed for understocks


, : Raising Acer, Hamamelis and Sorbus from seed for understocks. Acta Horticulturae (79): 129-132

Rapid production methods are described for the raising of Acer palmatum from seed, providing seedling rootstocks available for grafting within one year from the sowing date. Seed of Hamamelis mollis germinated after stratification for two winters. The seedlings could be grown rapidly for grafting as one-year-old plants.

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