Professional, bench grafting machine
Grafting machines are the machines that cut and compose the now classic omega cut graft, which takes its name from the shape of the Greek letter. These machines guarantee perfect welding of the coupling.
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Grafting and waxing
Grafting is a necessary evil to allow the vine to have a radical apparatus and an aerial one with distinct characteristics and modalities. The success of the graft is conditioned by several factors (affinity, physiological analogy, respect for polarity). In particular, by the perfect overlapping of the generating areas: change and phytoogenic, of both portions. Callus formation is generated by hormonal stimuli induced by the gem.
Under the influence of cytokinins, dating from the basal area of the rootstock cuttings, callus differs in a new cambium, whereby scion and subject, by joining the respective meristematic zones, produce a new bast and wood, to achieve the weld.
It is common practice to choose between a multiple or an omega graft. The choice is not so completely random as it is demonstrated that the development of callus is conditioned, the balance between the aerial and radical apparatus and the age of lignification of the shoot. Histological studies showed the best function of the omega graft for the prevalence of secondary structure tissues with vascular connection (differentiated living tissues).
Preferring omega graft is a leap in technology and organization for the nurseryman. The utmost attention must be paid to the functionality of the gem because granting the best protection helps the development of the primary sprout and ensures a better recovery after plantation in the nursery. With the waxing the nurseryman achieves these goals both when it comes to:
- Production of grafted vines
- Production of grafted vines in pot
- Transfer time in the vegetative efficiency and agronomic features of cuttings
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