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Characteristic anatomy of union formation in T- and chip-budded fruit and ornamental trees


Journal of Horticultural Science 58(3): 295-299
Characteristic anatomy of union formation in T- and chip-budded fruit and ornamental trees
Deficiencies in the anatomy of graft unions following T-budding were associated with very low bud-take in Acer platanoides Crimson King, relatively poor quality trees in the apple Cox's Orange Pippin, low lateral production in the pear Conference and relatively small trees in Tilia X euchlora. In all species the cambium was lifted in the bark flap, necessitating considerable callus infilling and the development of a new cambium to effect a union.


Accession: 001053138



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