Definition of Regrafting

1. Verb. (present participle of regraft) ¹



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Definition of Regrafting

1. regraft [v] - See also: regraft

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Regrafting

regolith
regoliths
regorge
regorged
regorges
regorging
regos
regosol
regosols
regrade
regraded
regrades
regrading
regraft
regrafted
regrafting (current term)
regrafts
regrant
regranted
regranting
regrants
regrate
regrated
regrater
regrateries
regraters
regratery
regrates
regrating
regrator

Literary usage of Regrafting

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1. The MAGAZINE of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and (1868)
"ADVANTAGE OF regrafting WITH HEALTHY SCIONS.—Mr. T. Rivers gives the following account of his success in regrafting old and inferior varieties:—Reverting to ..."

2. Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Country Gentlemen (1876)
"So much for regrafting old trees. And now to the matter of pruning old trees. The operation performed above was only an extreme case of pruning, ..."

3. The Modern Farmer in His Business Relations: A Study of Some of the by Edward Francis Adams (1899)
"A great loss also arises from the digging up or regrafting trees which have, after years of cultivation, been found unprofitable; it is not every tree that ..."

4. The Modern Farmer in His Business Relations: A Study of Some of the by Edward Francis Adams (1899)
"A great loss also arises from the digging up or regrafting trees which have, after years of cultivation, been found unprofitable; it is not every tree that ..."

5. Cultivated Plants: Their Propagation and Improvement by Frederick William Thomas Burbridge (1877)
"Fortunately the operation of regrafting is remarkably simple and easy with Pear-trees, and by the insertion of twenty grafts, ..."

6. American Journal of Agriculture and Science by Ebenezer Emmons, A. Osborn (1847)
"... sort of pear on the quince, and then regrafting the graft the following season with the " refractory sort," to use the expression of your friend Docman. ..."

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