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Flower cultivation, what is called striping propagation?

Published: 2024-06-24 Author: mysheen
Last Updated: 2024/06/24, Flower cultivation, what is called striping propagation?

Striping, also known as pressing branches, is to bury the branches of a flower plant into wet soil, or wrap the branches with other water-retaining substances (such as moss fresh) to create dark and moist rooting conditions, which are separated from the mother plant after rooting, making it a new plant. Like cutting propagation, it uses the regeneration ability of plant organs to reproduce, and is mostly used in some flowers that are difficult to take root by cutting, or some woody flowers with more roots and leaves. Its basic characteristic is that it is separated from the vegetative organs of the mother, has the ability of regeneration, and can grow adventitious roots and buds in vitro, thus developing into plants that live independently. Its basic characteristic is that it can maintain the excellent characters of some cultivated plants, and the propagation speed is fast.

 
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