TOMATO GRAFTING

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TOMATO GRAFTING by Mind Map: TOMATO GRAFTING

1. Raise healthy scion and rootstock plants.

2. Cut the rootstock at the stem at a deep angle.

3. II. PRE-GRAFT

3.1. Seed germination.

3.2. Manipulate temperature, light intensity, and water and fertilizer application rates.

4. III. GRAFTING

4.1. Step 1: Cut the Rootstock Stem

4.1.1. Cut the rootstock either above or below the cotyledons.

4.2. Step 2: Place a Grafting Clip on the Rootstock

4.2.1. Place a grafting clip halfway over the cut stem.

4.2.2. Cut the scion stem at the same angle as the rootstock.

4.3. Step 3: Cut the Scion Stem

4.4. Step 4: Insert Scion Stem into Grafting Clip

4.4.1. The cut surfaces of the rootstock and scion are oriented correctly and in full contact with each other.

5. IV. POST-GRAFT PLANT HEALING

5.1. Environment and acclimation process.

5.2. Place grafted plants in a new environment.

5.2.1. Humidity between 85 and 95% and temperature between 72°F and 85°F (48-72 hours)

6. I. INTRODUCTION

6.1. Control soilborne diseases

6.2. Improve crop yield.

6.3. Limitations

7. V. CONCLUSION