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Current Category » Introduction to Horticulture

Stock Scion Relationships

A grafted or budded plant can produce usual growth patterns which may be different from what would have occupied if each component part of graft age viz., root stock and scion were grown separately or when it is grafted or budded in other types of rootstocks. Some of these have major horticultural value. This verying aspect of rootstocks in the performance of a scion cultivator or vice versa is known as "Stock Scion relationship".

A) Effect of Stocks on Scion Cultivars

B) Effect of Scion on Rootstock

Current Category » Introduction to Horticulture