Plant Propagation: Principles and Practices - HARTMANN, Hudson T.; KESTER, Dale E.;Prentice Hall, 1961, Hardback ..
Condition: Good+. A little shaken, somewhat dull. Previous owners inscription to ffep. An acceptable copy.
This book provides a source of information concerning the fundamental principles involved in plant propagation and serves as a manual that describes useful techniques for propagating plants. As far as possible, these two phases of plant propagation have been considered separately and placed in consecutive chapters. For example, the basic botanical principles under- lying grafting and budding are stressed in one chapter, whereas the techniques of the various grafting and budding methods are emphasized in the two succeeding chapters. Although some readers are very much concerned with the fundamental principles of plant propagation, the interest of others may lie primarily in the actual techniques involved. 559pp. Index. Size: 8vo Royal (9¾" x 6¼")
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