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ven2lecc15_(propagation_mod) - VEN 2 Grapevine Propagation...

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VEN 2 Grapevine Propagation
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Propagation Propagation – refers to the utilization of reproductive processes to perpetuate plants. Sexual propagation involves the production of plants by seeds while asexual propagation involves the use of vegetative means to increase plant numbers.
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Asexual means of vine propagation Cuttings Rootings Field budding Field grafting Bench grafting Fall chip budding Layering
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Asexual means of vine propagation involved in planting new vineyards on their own roots Used to replace an undesirable cultivar w/o having to resort to removing the vines and starting over (this is done on mature vines). This is used to replace a vineyard in which a resistant rootstock (for Phylloxera or nematodes) is needed. Layering This is used to replace missing vines in a vineyard or to increase cultivars whose cuttings can be rooted only with difficulty.
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2010 for the course VEN 81437 taught by Professor Larrywilliams during the Fall '10 term at UC Davis.

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