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" GRAFTING. Grafting is the taking a shoot from one tree and inserting it into another in such a manner that both may unite closely and become one tree. These shoots are called scions or grafts, and in the choice of them... "
The American Agriculturist - Page 303
1843
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Volumes 23-24

William Nicholson - 1809
...merely an increase of the tree, from which the scion is taken. Every one knows, that grafting is taking a shoot from one tree and inserting it into another, in such a manner, that both may unite closely, and become one tree. Mr. Bradley (from tome observations of Agricola)...
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A pocket encyclopædia, or library of general knowledge, Volume 3

Edward Augustus Kendall - 1811
...into degrees, minutes, &c. GRAFTING, or ENGRAFTING, in horticulture or gardening, the taking a cyon or shoot from one tree and inserting it into another, in such a manner that both may unite closely and become one tree. The use of grafting is to propagate any curious sorts...
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Every Man His Own Gardener: Being a New and Much More Complete Gardener's ...

John Abercrombie, Thomas Mawe - 1818 - 727 pages
...Whip-grafting, Cleft-grafting, Crown-grafting, and Grafting by Approach, or Inarching. Grafting is the taking off a shoot from one tree, and inserting it...as that both may Unite closely and become one tree ; this is called by the ancient writers on husbandry and gardening, incision, to distinguish it from...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 10

1823
...&c. and other works, are well known. GRAFTING, or ENGRAFTING, in Gardening, is the taking a »boot from one tree, and inserting it into another, in such a manner that both may unite -closely and become one tree. By the ancient writers on husbandry and gardening,...
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A Treatise on the Culture and Management of Fruit Trees ...: To which is ...

William Forsyth - 1824 - 523 pages
...Composition, instead of Grafting-clay. — Of Budding, with Observations, Sfc. GRAFTING is the taking of a shoot from one tree, and inserting it into another,...as that both may unite closely and become one tree ; this is called, by the ancient writers on husbandry and gardening, incision, to distinguish it from...
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The New American Gardener: Containing Practical Directions on the Culture of ...

Thomas Green Fessenden - 1828 - 306 pages
...deep green, and the other a bright yellow. Only ornamental." — Dr. Green. GRAFTING is the taking a shoot from one tree, and inserting it into another, in such a manner that both may unite closely, and become one tree. Its use is to propagate any curious sorts of fruits,...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science ..., Volume 10

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...admired. She died at Paris in 1758, aged sixty-five. GRAFTING, or ENGRAFTING, in gardening, is the taking a shoot from one tree and inserting it into another, in such a manner, that both may unite close and become one tree. By the ancient writers on husbandry and gardening, this...
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The Library of Agricultural and Horticultural Knowledge: With an Appendix on ...

Library - 1830 - 523 pages
...equally expelled."— (Gardener's Manual.) GRAFTING AND BUDDING. The process of Grafting consists in the taking off a shoot from one tree, and inserting it...from the latter process only, in the insertion of a Budy instead of a shoot or cutting, into the bark of another tree. To execute either process with adroitness...
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Book of Fruits, Being a Descriptive Catalogue of the Most Valuable Varieties ...

Robert Manning - 1838 - 120 pages
...of destroying this insidious insect, than by cutting them out. GRAFTING. Grafting is the taking of a shoot from one tree and inserting it into another, in such a manner, that both may unite closely and become one tree. These shoots are called scions or grafts, and in the...
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The New American Garderner: Containing Practical Directions on the Culture ...

Thomas Green Fessenden - 1839 - 306 pages
...deep green, and the otber a bright yellow. Only ornamental." — Dr. Green. GRAFTING is the taking a shoot from one tree, and inserting it into another, in such a manner that both may unite closely, and become one tree. Its use is to propagate any curious sorts of fruits,...
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