Difference between revisions of "Graft union"

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Image of a graft union, where the rootstock and the sciion come together<br><br>
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Source:  http://japanese-maple.com

Revision as of 13:34, 9 January 2006


1. the region where rootstock and scion come together; there can be slightly deformed growth at the union that is noticeable, but does not effect the function of the tree.

cd0237-21.jpeg

cd0237-20.jpeg

graftunion.JPG

Image of a graft union, where the rootstock and the sciion come together

Source: http://japanese-maple.com