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- noun botany A
branchformed by marcottage
- verb botany, transitive To
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However, I think it is CR4 member "marcot" who knows of a kind of fast-response capacitor scheme that could manage this.
This propagation the following materials: marcot bags, sphagnum moss and coir dust or any similar waterabsorbing material.
Fill marcot bag with moist sphagnum moss securely tied around the culm.
This propagation the following materials: marcot bags
A marcot box containing sphagnum moss kept moist by a glass wick immersed in water from a bottle at the lower end was employed.
Gossard (9) reported success in producing roots from the tops of small grafted and budded pecan trees by trench layering and from older trees by aerial layering with marcot boxes.