PLUM GRAFTING WITH INTERMEDIARY INSIDE PROTECTED SPACES

ZANFIR VALERIU, BACIU AURELIAN ADRIAN

Abstract


This research study was focused on observing the grafting behaviour of two plum varieties, ”Andreea” and ”Tuleu gras”,  grafted in the chip budding and whip and tongue grafting, on Cherry plum T163 and Adaptabil, by using the variants with and without intermediary. The experiment was conducted inside protected spaces (greenhouses). After the period of callusing stimulation at the grafting point the biological material was removed and prepared for planting in the first field of the fruit nursery. At the end of the vegetation period  in the first field of the fruit nursery, the determinations indicated that the grafting success rate in the case of Andreea variety grafted without intermediary on Cherry plum T163 by using the whip and tongue method was identical with the one identified after the callusing stimulation at the grafting point (100%), with high biological material increase.


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