Propagation Methods With Example

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1. Parthenogenesis Eg Mangosteen

2. Apomixis eg. Apple

3. Separation: Bulb, corms

4. Division: rhizome, tuber and tuberous root

5. Bulb: onion, garlic

6. Corm: Gladiolus

7. Rhizome: Ginger, Canna

8. Stolon: Doob grass.

9. Runner: Strawberry

10. Tuber: Potato, Sweet potatoes

11. Offset: Pineapple

12. Suckers : Mint

13. Hard wood stem cuttings: fig, grape, pomegranate

14. Semi-hard wood stem cuttings: croton, acalypha

15. Soft wood cuttings: golden duranta

16. Herbaceous stem cuttings: chrysanthemum, coleus

17. Leaf blade / Leaf section cutting- Snake plant

18. Leaf vein cutting / Leaf slashing-Begonia

19. Leaf margin cutting-Bryophyllum

20. Leaf bud/petiole cutting-Pepromia

21. Tip layering: Black berry, goose berry

22. Simple Layering: Eg. guava, Jasmine, Rangoon creeper, lemon

23. Compound or serpentine Layering: Eg. Bougainvillea, Jasmine,

24. Mound (stool) Layering: Guava, Apple

25. Trench Layering: Eg. Apple rootstocks, Litchi, pear.

26. Air Layering (Marcottage): Eg. Pomegranate, Guava

27. Simple inarching / Approach grafting: Eg. Sapota, Guava, mango,

28. Stone grafting : Mango

29. Veneer grafting: Avocado, Mango

30. Soft wood grafting: Eg. Cashew, Mango

31. T-Budding (Shield budding): Rose

32. Patch Budding:Aonla, Ber, Citrus

33. Ring budding: Ber

34. Recurrent apomixis Eg, Onion, raspberry, Apple

35. Non- recurrent apomixis Eg. Solanum nigrum, Lilium spp.,etc.

36. Adventitious apomixis Eg. citrus

37. Vegetative apomixis (Bulbils) Eg. Allium, agave, Diascorea

38. Poly embryonic Eg. Citrus, Mango, Jamun, Rose, apple

 

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