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Old and new observations on hand and machine grafting of vines

Old and new observations on hand and machine grafting of vines

Mitt. Klosterneuburg. 4: 149-65. bibl. 8

The development of vine grafting is reviewed with special reference to the histology of the tissues involved in the union and to the technique (mortise and tenon) and machine evolved by the author.

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