Exploiting the potential of vegetable grafting in sub-Saharan Africa – Agronomy for Sustainable Growth weblog - The JamsPortal

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Grafting, i.e. becoming a member of a scion (plant higher half) and a rootstock (plant decrease half) is a worldwide growing horticultural approach helpful to beat varied soilborne ailments and stresses. In sub-Saharan Africa, grafting is broadly used these days, in business orchards (avocado, mango, or citrus) however for greens, it stays largely unknown. Scientists Nordey et al. explored the potential of vegetable grafting to extend and safe crop productions within the difficult environments of sub-Saharan Africa and tried to establish components hindering such follow.

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