Entry from British & World English dictionary
(In horticulture) a simple graft in which both stock and scion are cut diagonally.
- The joined area is not as long and as sturdy as your regular tongue and whip graft nor the cleft graft.
- Fully grown trees may be topworked by crown or groove bark graft, or prune hard and whip graft sprouts later.
- For a whip graft, use a cut identical to the one used on the rootstcok, and of identical length.
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