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Propagating Fruit Plants in Florida

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Propagating fruit trees at home can be an excellent way to produce your own fruit and perhaps grow an uncommon variety or one that is difficult to find in nurseries. Propagating techniques can also be used to change your current variety to an improved, desirable variety. The informaiton in this publication concentrates on fruit plant types common to Florida.

Fruit trees can be propagated from seed or by several vegetative methods such as grafting, budding, layering, cuttings, or separation of plantlets from crowns.

Contents:  Introduction, Propagating from seeds: Seed handling and storage, Vegetative Methods of Propagation: Grafting & budding, Grafting methods, Budding methods, Cuttings, Layering, Offshoots & crowns, Further information.

Mercy Olmstead, Jose Chaparro, Patrick Conner, Tim Crocker, and Mike Young, 2011, 35 p, 51 color photos, soft.  $6.00

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