Five Acres and Independence: A Handbook for Small Farm Management
Dover Publications, 1973 - 397 Seiten
Everyone who has ever dreamed of getting back to the soil will derive from Maurice Grenville Kains' practical and easy-to-understand discussions a more complete view of what small-scale farming means. Countless readers of Five Acres and Independence have come away with specific projects to begin and moved closer to the fulfillment of their dreams of independence on a small farm.
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The prepared twigs are called “scions.” On the branches to be used as stocks
choose places free from knots, buds and twigs. As a precaution against splitting,
remove the branch 6" or 8" beyond the point where you intend to place the graft
Where the girdling is below or close to the graft-union, the trunk may be cut off, a
scion of the desired variety grafted in the trunk and a shoot from this scion
developed into a new tree. It usually does not pay to bridge trees that have been
bark, cut a single slit about 1" long through the bark at each point where a scion
end is to be placed. Make the slit in such a way that the scion can be inserted
between the bark and the wood without lifting the bark between the scions (Fig.
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Five Acres and Independence: A Practical Guide to the Selection and ...
Maurice Grenville Kains
Eingeschränkte Leseprobe - 1973