Written by Maggie
Nov 20 2020
Armeniaca mume common’s breeding methods mainly include layering, cutting, scion grafting, grafting, etc.. We can cut open perennial branches at the top close to the ground first when using the layering. Cut into a ring can be directly inserted into the soil after the cutting time. Use the base of the cuttings rooting agent once, then insert the nutritional soil moisture, and then it will sprout soon.
Armeniaca mume layering is a common breeding method. We can cut open perennial branches at the top close to the ground first when using the layering. Cut its top parts of epidermis with a knife, reach the xylem, cut into a ring around, directly inserted into the soil, water moisture after about a month or so.
Cuttings are Armeniaca mume one of the methods of breeding, mainly to plant perennial relatively coarse branches as cuttings. Cut off the branches at the bottom. Cut into branches with a length of 8 ~ 10 cm, daub some abt the solution of the incision, directly inserted into the soil, covering a layer of mulch can be kept moisturizing after.
First choose annual more robust Armeniaca mume seedlings as the scion, cut into stock in a small, oblique mouth, and scion should choose perennial no disease branches, to cut it into 3 ~ 5 a scion. Keep the incision and root stock, and make it completely overlap, align the rootstock and scion of cambium, fixed tie wire.
During the growing season, select 1 to 2 year old born Armeniaca Mume seedlings as rootstock. Cut the cambium of the rootstock into a T-shape, cut along the cut, and cut the buds at the scion from top to bottom. Insert the buds into the cut of the rootstock, align the cambium. Tie it tightly with steel wire, cover it with thin film, and moisten it.