Title:

Grafting of Marula trees

Publication Year:
2011
Abstract:

Grafting is a technique that joins material from two trees, which will grow together as one tree. Grafting is very useful because it can help you to grow a tree with superior qualities. For example a marula tree that produces big juicy fruits from which you can make the best omaongo, or a marula tree that produces fruits with big kernels that contain a lot of oil. It is not 100% guaranteed that a grafted marula seedling will survive, but if it does it will bear fruits after 1 or 2 years!

Type:
Poster
Item Type:
Presentation
Language:
en
Keywords:
plant species, rural development, cultivation system, rural habitat, communal land, rural environment, rural settlement, research project, rural area, rural population, tree, cultivation method, community participation, cultivation, fruit tree
Files:
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Grafting of Marula trees_poster.pdf 2.34 MB