Asked by ashwinivg | 19th Mar, 2010, 08:09: AM

Expert Answer:

In grafting, a plant having a healthy root system is selected as the stock; whereas the scion can be of any flowering plant or fruit tree, as per the required purpose. These two are then cut and joined together. Thus, with a plant grafting process, you can reap the benefits of a hardy stock and a sturdy scion in a single plant. In other words, the better qualities of 2 plants has been merged into one.

Answered by  | 22nd Mar, 2010, 12:01: PM

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