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  • Zhao, X., C. Miles, and C. Kubota. 2017. Chapter 2.1. Why graft. In: Grafting Manual: How to produce grafted vegetable plants. C. Kubota, C. Miles and X. Zhao (eds.).
  • Miles, C. and X. Zhao. 2017. Chapter 2.5. Transplanting the grafted plants. In: Grafting Manual: How to produce grafted vegetable plants. C. Kubota, C. Miles and X. Zhao (eds.).
  • Miles, C. and D. Crow. 2017. Chapter 3.3. Eggplant. In: Grafting Manual: How to produce grafted vegetable plants. C. Kubota, C. Miles and X. Zhao (eds.).
  • Miles, C., P. Devi, X. Zhao, and W. Guan. 2017. Chapter 3.2.1. Watermelon and melon grafting. In: Grafting Manual: How to produce grafted vegetable plants. C. Kubota, C. Miles and X. Zhao (eds.).

 

 

Cutting tomato scion material for splice grafting
   Cutting tomato scion material for         splice grafting
Joining of watermelon scion with a grafting clip onto interspecific squash hybrid rootstock with both cotyledons removed in splice-grafting method
        Splice grafted watermelon with                both cotyledons removed from                the rootstock
Grafted watermelon plants inside a healing chamber in the greenhouse
       The healing chamber structure                 where plants are held for 7-8 days           following grafting
Grafted watermelon seedling in the field after transplantation
       Grafted watermelon plant                      immediately after being                          transplanted into the field

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