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A unique plastic wigwam aids grafting


, : A unique plastic wigwam aids grafting. Plants And Gardens 13(2): 110-111

Plastic bags inverted over graft "maintain a fairly high humidity inside and protect the young graft from drying winds.".

US$29.90


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