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Shield budding

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A form of grafting in which a bud of a plant is inserted or grafted into another plant.


The most common form is T-budding where a T-shaped slit is made under the bark of the stock plant. It is a common means of propagating roses and other fruit trees in nurseries.

See also: grafting