Propagation is a technique used to produce multiple new trees from a single tree. This process involves using a small portion of a tree to create several mother plants. Various propagation methods are available, which vary based on the specific crop being grown. In some cases, multiple methods may be used for a single plant.
The table given below shows the name of the crop and its propagation method.
|Malta (Sweet Orange)||T-Budding|
|Pomegranate||Hardwood Cutting, (Air Layering)Grafting|
|Litchi||Air Layering (Grafting)|
|Guava||Stooling, Mounding, and Grafting|
|Banana||Sword Suckers (750g)|
|Date Palm||Offshoots / Suckers (10-12kg)|
|Pineapple||Suckers / Slips|
|Amla (Indian Gooseberry)||Patch Budding and T-Budding|
|Bael||Patch Budding or Seed|
|Indian Jujube||Ring Budding or T-Budding|
|Custard Apple||T-Budding or Seed|
|Rose||Shield Budding or Hardwood Cutting|
|Papaya, Phalsa, Jamun||Seed|