By John Mason

ISBN-10: 064309024X

ISBN-13: 9780643090248

ISBN-10: 0643092137

ISBN-13: 9780643092136

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Seeds sown too heavily will be overcrowded and consequently of poorer quality. Seeds sown too thinly waste valuable space and materials. • Has the seed been sown at a suitable depth? More seeds are lost from sowing too deeply than by sowing at too shallow a depth. Seeds sown deeply will also take longer to emerge after germination. A seed only has a certain amount of stored resources to allow it to germinate and reach above the soil. If a seed is sown too deeply, it will run out of resources before it emerges and can photosynthesise, or result in a weak seedling.

Cuttings • How well is the cutting prepared and planted? Propa ga tion 41 • Has the propagator damaged the cutting material excessively? This would increase the likelihood of pest or disease damage. • Has the correct amount of leaf been removed? • Has the cutting been placed in the propagating media properly? • Has the cutting been treated in a way which will minimise drying out throughout the cutting operation? Seed • Has viable seed been used? g. separated from fruits or pods)? • Has the seed been sown evenly and at a suitable density?

Seeds can be selected at random from a batch and tested to give an indication of overall viability. Asexual propagation Asexual or vegetative propagation involves producing a new plant from a sole parent. A part of an existing plant, such as a piece of stem, leaf or root, is treated so that it can 34 Nurser y Mana gement produce a new plant. In asexual propagation, the parent plant and offspring are genetically identical. A range of techniques can be used for asexual propagation. Runners Runners are shoots that grow along the ground from axillary buds and produce roots at the nodes.

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