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. The art of grafting and budding. Grafting. 154 THE AUT OF its bud may be exactly underneath a bud on the .stock. This bud will attract the sap to the graft, and thereby promote its taking. It is then bandaged, and cold mastic applied to any exposed parts of the joinings. Should the diameter of the scion exceed that of the stock, that is easily remedied by cutting off from the scion a longitudinal strip of bark equal in width to the difference. On the other hand, should the dimen- sions of the tube of the scion not correspond with those of. Ordinary Flute-Grafting. Flute-Grafting with strips.

. The art of grafting and budding. Grafting. 154 THE AUT OF its bud may be exactly underneath a bud on the .stock. This bud will attract the sap to the graft, and thereby promote its taking. It is then bandaged, and cold mastic applied to any exposed parts of the joinings. Should the diameter of the scion exceed that of the stock, that is easily remedied by cutting off from the scion a longitudinal strip of bark equal in width to the difference. On the other hand, should the dimen- sions of the tube of the scion not correspond with those of. Ordinary Flute-Grafting. Flute-Grafting with strips. Stock Photo
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. The art of grafting and budding. Grafting. 154 THE AUT OF its bud may be exactly underneath a bud on the .stock. This bud will attract the sap to the graft, and thereby promote its taking. It is then bandaged, and cold mastic applied to any exposed parts of the joinings. Should the diameter of the scion exceed that of the stock, that is easily remedied by cutting off from the scion a longitudinal strip of bark equal in width to the difference. On the other hand, should the dimen- sions of the tube of the scion not correspond with those of. Ordinary Flute-Grafting. Flute-Grafting with strips. -the stock, the deficiency is made good by leaving on the latter a strip of bark of sufficient width to fill up the space not covered by the tube of the scion; or, if the bark of the stock has been taken off in a complete ring, a strip of bark of suitable size can be inlaid on the bare part. Flute-Graft in g with Strips. The scion having been prepared as in the preceding case, the bark of the stock is cut in longitudinal strips. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Baltet, Charles, 1830-1908. [from old catalog]. London, Macmillan and co.