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“I want you to take him up that mountain and get some living material—budwood, seeds if possible.”
“The expedition made a number of important collections, including budwood for propagation.”
“Instead of dispensing seeds, the Dutch patented a method of marketing budwood from the very best trees.”
“Of these he selected 120 clones to be dispatched as budwood to Costa Rica, where they were grafted onto healthy rootstocks at the Turrialba research station.”
“If necessary, tomato scions (budwood) can be kept in the refrigerator for up to two weeks, but must be wrapped with newspaper and covered in a plastic bag.”
“ECHO has budwood available from some superior varieties of some of these fruit trees.”
“Another advantage is that the seedling will most likely be free from viruses that sometimes get into the budwood that is used for grafting large numbers of trees.”
“If you are interested in obtaining budwood for grafting to trees overseas and you are presently in the U.S. and plan to pass through Florida,”
“If you are more adventuresome, in a few years also plant some accepted rootstock varieties for grafting using budwood from the new trees you have introduced.”
“ECHO can supply you with scions (budwood) if you drop in just before flying overseas.”
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Inspired by reading Aurelia C. Scott, 2007, Otherwise Normal People: Inside the Thorny World of Competitive Rose Gardening. I also have a list for names of rose varieties.
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