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  • noun botany A process of plant propagation where soil is tied onto a branch stripped of a ring of bark.
  • noun botany marcot (new branch formed by marcottage)


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  • Another kind of layering called air layering, or marcottage, is based on the same principles as simple layering but is done on shoots that are not buried in the soil (Figure 7.22).

    5. How plants live and grow


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