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200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt Stem Cuttings Herbaceous Cuttings Leaf and Leaf-bud Cuttings Asexual Propagation Student Reports
How to tell the top of the cutting from the bottom.
The bottom cut at an angle and the top straight across.
The best time of day to take stem cuttings.
A rooting hormone to be used with stem cuttings.
The recommended length of stem cuttings.
Three or Four inches
Prevents roots from rotting.
The name of succulent greenhouse plants.
The length of herbaceous cuttings.
The rooting hormone recommended for herbaceous cuttings.
The two things that help speed rooting of herbaceous cuttings.
Rooting hormone and bottom heat
The bottom ones need to be removed when planting a herbaceous cutting.
A plant with easy to propagate leaf cuttings.
The two parts of a plant needed for leaf cuttings.
Leaf and petiole
The two plant parts needed for leaf-bud cuttings.
Leaf and bud
Should be weaker than with stem cuttings.
An example of a plant that will grow from a root cutting.
Another name for asexual propagation.
The type of natural propagation that takes place in a Bryophyllum
Potatoes propagate by means of these.
An example of a plant that naturally propagates from stolons.
Two methods of joining different plant parts from different varieties of plants.
Budding and Grafting
The length of time a hardwood cutting should be stored prior to planting.
Six to eight weeks
Bulb parts that grow larger and become small bulbs that may be separated and planted as individual bulbs.
Five requirements for successful grafting.
Compatibility, Scion wood, timing, matching of tissue, and water proofing
Two types of layering.
Simple, air, trench, stool, compound
A form of grafting.
Asexual Propagation. Softwood & Semi- hardwood stem cuttings w When to take cuttings w after current or present seasons growth has partially hardened.
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Plant Parts Chapter #3. What are the parts of a plant? Node: swollen part of stem where buds form (leaves or stems grow here) Cotyledons: leaves formed.
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