1. AccessAgriculture Training Video With grafting, a young shoot from a preferred mango variety is attached to a seedling. The seedling will develop the root and base of the tree. This is called the rootstock. The young shoot that is grafted onto the rootstock is called the scion. This will develop...
  2. 2016-03-17 1990 video of grafting techniques
  3. Abstract -Journal of Experimental Botany While much recent science has focused on understanding and exploiting root traits as new opportunities for crop improvement, the use of rootstocks has enhanced productivity of woody perennial crops for centuries. Grafting of vegetable crops has developed...
  4. Abstract -Journal of Nematology, 2000 Root-lesion nematodes, Pratylenchus spp., are among the pests with the greatest negative impact on the economy of coffee production in Guatemala. A field experiment was undertaken in southwest Guatemala to assess damage due to a root-lesion nematode and to...
  5. Cornell Horticulture Grafting Course
  6. In many tropical countries, tomato production can be dramatically impacted by soilborne pathogens, impacting the livelihoods of rural families. The most limiting soilborne pathogen in the tropics isRalstonia solanacearum,bacterial wilt. Tomato grafting technology is a proven technology...
  7. Abstract -Scientia Horticulturae 2017 Salinity and water shortages are two of the biggest environmental constraints that crops have to face in the climate change scenario. A fast and efficient way to overcome these stresses under the prism of a sustainablecrop managementis the use ofgrafting,...
  8. Florida State Hort Society, 2006 The wedge grafting technique is described in detail for students, nursery growers and technologists.
  9. 2016-05-12 This 5-minute lightning talk is about a research project focused on grafting tomato seedlings in Honduras and Guatemala, called "Plántulas de Esperanza" or Seedlings of Hope. Speaking is James Nienhuis of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, during his presentation at the 2016 Horticulture...
  10. Learn vegetable production techniques such as grafting from the World Vegetable Center YouTube channel! Tune in for videos about the Center's work around the world to promote vegetable production and consumption for health and income. http://avrdc.org. This link brings up the playlist collection...