Top-Working and Bridge-Grafting Fruit Trees
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The classic publication details methods orchard workers can use to cultivate desired qualities in fruit trees as well as pollinating orchards that lack sufficient pollination. Using clear diagrams and precise directions, this bulletin tells the reader how to select correct limbs, care for the grafted tree, the methods, tools required and even gives the recipe for a grafting compound. The bulletin details top-working, bridge grafting, cleft-grafting, whip grafting and budding.
Department of Plant Science, Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University
Cornell Cooperative Extension
cambial layer, scion, rootstock, cultivar, pollination