Johnson's Univeral Cyclopædia

Johnson's Univeral Cyclopædia

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This period comes earlier with the cherry and the plum than it does with the apple and the pear. ... They may be cut in autumn, and buried or storod in a dry, cool cellar, with the lower ends in hard or dry soil. ... stocks decidedly affect, for better or for worse, the quality of the fruit grown upon the graft, but in most cases the effect is not strongly marked. ... In a#39; all cases it is necessary to exclude the air from the cut, either by means of grafting-wax (a mixture of resin and beeswax, softenedanbsp;...

Title:Johnson's Univeral Cyclopædia
Publisher: - 1890

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