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- v. Present participle of inarch.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A method of ingrafting. See inarch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of grafting by approach; approaching.
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_ We are continuing with our method of "inarching" young
Rory, Kort, and Gord were still inarching when I finished my single demerit and left them to go back to Carneston House.
The army had been inarching steadily for more than a month, coming down from the highlands with the winter™s first blizzards at its back, then crossing the grasslands of the empire™s heart.
Although Julia Morton's Fruits of Warm Climates mentions side veneer grafting, inarching and air layering, the conventional wisdom around here is that one might just as well start from a seedling.
The tree can be propagated from seeds, cuttings, and suckers, or by inarching.
GRAVES: We have worked with this method of inarching blighted chestnuts so long and found it so successful that I felt it my duty to tell you people something about it.
But by this method of inarching you restore that connection between leaves and roots.
The slides showed various methods of propagating the filbert by layering, and of propagating more difficult species by inarching.
It belongs among the inarching methods in classification.
The scion instead of remaining attached to its parent plant, according to former inarching method, had been transferred to the stock, leaving two or three inches of scion free below the point of grafting, as illustrated in the drawing.
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