Rootstock

Same as rhizome.

Rootstock

A propagation term for a vigorous rooting plant upon which another (known as a scion) is grafted

Rootstock

A rootstock is part of a plant, often an underground part, from which new above-ground growth can be produced. It can refer to a rhizome or underground stem. In grafting, it refers to a plant, sometimes just a stump, which already has an established, healthy root system, onto which a cutting or a bud from another plant is grafted. In some cases, s...
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Rootstock

• (n.) A perennial underground stem, producing leafly s/ems or flower stems from year to year; a rhizome.
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rootstock

<botany> A short, erect, swollen structure at the junction of the root and shoot systems of a plant. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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rootstock

(from the article `horticulture`) Grafting involves the joining together of plant parts by means of tissue regeneration. The part of the combination that provides the root is called ... In grafting and budding, the rootstock can be grown from seed or propagated asexually. Within a year a small amount of scion material from one plant ......
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rootstock

noun root or part of a root used for plant propagation; especially that part of a grafted plant that supplies the roots
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Rootstock

Root'stock` noun (Botany) A perennial underground stem, producing leafly s...ems or flower stems from year to year; a rhizome.
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Rootstock

A root system and stem onto which another plant is grafted.
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Rootstock

A root system and stem onto which another plant is grafted.
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rootstock

Another name for rhizome, an underground plant organ
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Rootstock

Because of the consequences of the deadly root disease phylloxera, most vines in commercial vineyards are now grafted onto a suitable American variety (these are resistant to phylloxera). The precise choice of rootstock is a critical viticultural decision, as they all have different properties.
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rootstock

English name for document; look there.
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Rootstock

Refers to the portion on grafted plants that's chosen for the qualities of its root system.
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Rootstock

Refers to the portion on grafted plants that's chosen for the qualities of its root system.
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Rootstock

Rhizome.
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Rootstock

Root system of a more common or hardy variety that is used to graft a more desirable variety onto, usually roses and/or standard forms.
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rootstock

rootstock: see rhizome.
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rootstock

short, erect, swollen structure at junction of a plant's root and shoot systems, for example a corm. Also used to describe (1) a part of a budded or grafted plant which supplies the roots, also called a rootstock, or plants grown specifically to produce these; (2) plants or seeds with some specific attribute, for instance virus-free plants.
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Rootstock

Subterranean stem; rhizome.
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rootstock

The lower part of a grafted vine which roots in the earth. Different rootstocks are chosen based on various soil, climate and pest tolerances and resistances.
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Rootstock

The part of a plant (usually a tree) which has the roots and which will influence certain growing characteristics of the plant such as height
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Rootstock

the root onto which a scion or bud is grafted or budded.
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rootstock

The root upon which the scion is grafted.
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rootstock

The root upon which the scion is grafted.
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