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Jayswickrama Jett and McKeand 1991 Roostock effect in grafted conifers: a review.

Grafting is widely used to propagate conifers. Selected rootstocks can be used to improve graft success, reduce incompatibility, alter scion vigor and increase seed production . It may also be possible to alter crown characters and scion physiology. KJS JAYAWICKRAMA, JB JETT and SE MCKEAND. New forests 5:157-173.

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