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The Splicing Technique for Different Sizes

In grafting activities we often face different sizes between the rootstock and the upper stem (entres), of course this requires a separate way to be able to do so that the resulting seed provides a percentage of growth that remains optimal.

The following techniques to connect different sizes between the rootstock and upper stem:

1. The rootstock is bigger than the rootstock

a. The rootstock that has been prepared is cut to the height of the recomencation height of 15-20 cm from the base of the stem
b. Middle part of the rootstock with a depth / length of hemisphere between 1.5 - 2 cm
c. The look on one side of the rootstock that has been divided into the size of the stem
d. Spur-shaped stems with lengths between 1.5 - 2 cm
e. Insert the top stem that has been knotted in the lower half of the stem
f. Make binding on the connection
g. 2 - 3 weeks can see the results of the connection

 

 

2. Rootstock is smaller than the rootstock:

a. The rootstock that has been prepared is cut to the height of the recomencation height of 15-20 cm from the base of the stem
b. Middle part of the rootstock with a depth / length of hemisphere between 1.5 - 2 cm
c. The shape of the stem is spur with a length of between 1.5 - 2 cm and another shape the size of the stem
d. Insert the top stem that has been knotted in the lower half of the stem
e. Make binding on the connection
f. 2 - 3 weeks can see the results of the connection

 

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 Source : Cipto K dan RJ Ali
photos : Masirul