It is customary to remove the small strip of wood that lies under the detached bud, and thus, unless the operation be adroitly ... The following lines from the Domestic Gardenersa#39; Manual, p. 560, may be aptly cited. aquot; Budding differs from common grafting, inasmuch as in the latter the buds of the scion lie safely embedded in their own native ... it cannot continue to live unless it be placed in absolute contiguity with some congenial substance resembling that from which it has been severed.
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