Budding grafted cherry trees (Prunus sp.)

Budding grafted cherry trees (Prunus sp.)

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Credit: RUSS MUNN/AGSTOCKUSA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Budding grafted cherry trees (Prunus sp.). Grafting is a technique used whereby a plant cutting is bound to a hardier root stock of the same or a similar species. This protects the cutting from possible frost damage and helps to increase the yield of a crop by creating dwarf trees. Photographed in San Joaquin County, California, USA.

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