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Asexual Propagation Roots are formed on a stemroot while still attached to the parent plant
Asexual Propagation the stem or root which is rooted is called a layerthe layer is removed from the plant only after rooting has taken place
Advantages and Disadvantagesrelatively simple requires more time requires a lot of work by hand fewer plants can be started from each parent plant
Advantages and Disadvantagesusually very successful some plants layer naturally - raspberry
Simple Layering a branch from the parent plant is bent to the groundcovered with soil at one point terminal end remains exposed
Air Layering Ancient Chinese practiced air layeringprocess eliminates burying part of the plant in the soil
Air Layering instead, a part of the stem is girdledcut all the way around the cut is surrounded by moist sphagnum or peat moss
Air Layering Moss is wrapped with plastic to hold in placeroots grow from the wound on the stem
Air Layering Plants that propagate well this way: Rubber TreePersian Lime Magnolia
Air Layering When rooting is complete 4-6 weekscut layer BELOW roots and transplant Parent portion will continue to grow and form new branches
Trench Layering parent plant is bent to the ground and covered.Shoots arise from buried buds and roots form under soil
Stool or Mound Layeringparent plant is cut back to the soil level entire plant is mounded with soil forms numerous shoots and roots
Compound Layering stem is covered by soil at two or more pointsremaining portion is left uncovered Stem is girdled at points
Compound Layering girdled points are buries with soilroots grow from the girdled points Above ground parts continue to produce leaves and stems
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