|MFD (Multilingual Forestry Dictionary)|
|About the MFD|
|a place to look for forestry terms in multiple languages created by the Multilingual Forest Dictionary community|
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A cultural technique in which sections are removed from stems or roots. Under well aerated, nutrient rich, warm moist conditions, adventitious roots form and shoots develop from buds. Ease of rooting varies with species, age of tree, location of cuttings, and time of year.
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