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Adventitious and dormant buds

Subject: Adventitious and dormant buds
From: Edmund Hopkins
Date: Dec 21 2007 09:51:07
Dear all, I find I know less about these than perhaps I should. For example
can one conclude by looking at established branches above a topping wound
whether they derive from one or the other? Should I be able to infer from
the species or other characteristics the likelihood that branches arising
around and near a topping wound are derived from adventitious or dormant
buds.

As ever, Edmund

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Edmund Hopkins
City of Nottingham Council


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