Process for using lagerstroemia fauriei as stock to graft ornamentalcrape myrtle

Process for using lagerstroemia fauriei as stock to graft ornamentalcrape myrtle

  • CN 106,416,763 A
  • Filed: 11/07/2016
  • Published: 02/22/2017
  • Est. Priority Date: 11/07/2016
  • Status: Active Application
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1. the technique for flower Lagerstroemia indica L. being seen as stock grafting with welfare Erichsen Lagerstroemia indica L., it is characterised in that comprise the following steps:

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    In special time, the full branch of the healthy disease-free, sprouting of selection, choose the full part of branch stage casing leaf bud and be cut into 8Centimetre~

    12 centimetres, slightly with or without xylem, as scion;


    It is the outdoor growth that grows fine of 5 years or potted plant welfare Erichsen Lagerstroemia indica L. to select one plant of age of tree, until grafting 2-3 a few days agoWhen individual month, liquid fertilizer is periodically applied to its root and is topdressed, the nutrient substance for making its deposit enough, it is suitable then to chooseBranch is used as stock, if opposite branch takes 4 buds and is advisable, if the branch of alternate only needs the 2nd bud, and to whole strainSprinkling plant wide-spectrum bactericide carries out disinfection;


    " T " font scion mouth is cut into from top to bottom and laterally to the stock scraper that chooses, depth just reaches xylem, transversalFace is a diameter of 0.7-1.2 centimetre, and length is long 1.5-2 centimetre up and down;


    Scion scraper cuts the eye for taking with the triangle of stock formed objects, and cross-sectional diameter is 0.7-1.2 centimetre, longLong 1.5-2 centimetre about degree;


    Grafting part with thin film by scion with stock is obturaged, and then binds and completes grafting procedures;


    30-40 days after scion grafting, bud eruption, growth, often note removing the sprouting on stock at any time, strengthen water and fertilizer management,Promote scion fast-growth.

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