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  • 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.

    2: Vegetables and small fruits in the tropics

  • ECHO has budwood available from some superior varieties of some of these fruit trees.

    28 additional technical notes about tropical agriculture

  • I want you to take him up that mountain and get some living material—budwood, seeds if possible.

    One River

  • 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.

    One River

  • The expedition made a number of important collections, including budwood for propagation.

    One River

  • 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.

    One River

  • The expedition made a number of important collections, including budwood for propagation.

    One River

  • I want you to take him up that mountain and get some living material—budwood, seeds if possible.

    One River

  • Instead of dispensing seeds, the Dutch patented a method of marketing budwood from the very best trees.

    One River

  • Instead of dispensing seeds, the Dutch patented a method of marketing budwood from the very best trees.

    One River

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  • Rosarians routinely boast about the number of plants in their garden that began as budwood instead of nursery stock. Budwood is a four- to six-inch cutting from the cane, or stem, of a rose plant.

    --Aurelia C. Scott, 2007, Otherwise Normal People: Inside the Thorny World of Competitive Rose Gardening, p. 52

    September 7, 2008