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File 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.
File LeBude, Upchurch, and Neal. Preemergence Herbicide Applications to Six Containerized Woody Ornamental Rootstocks do not Affect Winter Grafting Success
Proof of using preemergence herbicides in grafting without affecting grafting success. J. Environ. Hort. 27(2):119–122. June 2009
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