Plant Propagation Plant and Soil Science

Plant Propagation

Plant propagation is the process of reproducing new plants from a variety of sources: seeds, cuttings, bulbs and other plant parts.

Plant Propagation

Sexual Process- combining pollen and egg to produce seed for reproduction.

Asexual Process- single cell plant contains all the characteristics to regrow and reproduce plants.

Methods of Plant Prop

  • Seeds
  • Cuttings
  • Separation and Division
  • Grafting
  • Budding
  • Layering

How to Propagate

Depending on the plants you have and the method you want to use, the "How to" of Plant Prop will change.

Plant Propagation Research

It's your turn to be the teacher. You are going to research a plant propagation method and explain the following.

  • What is the main definition of the method?
  • What plants or types of plants is this method used for?
  • What are the steps for this method?
  • At least three resources (including the one provided for you).

You will pick a method from the list on the next slide. Complete the research for this method in your notebook.

Methods

Below is a website to get you started for the method you choose to research.

We will be going over these on Thursday and then being propagating plants after.

Plant Propagation

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Ms. Poet
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Created with images by momentcaptured1 - "plant" • srboisvert - "Plants" • terryballard - "Planting fields 018" • Matthew Paul Argall - "Do not touch this, it would hurt" • Nao Iizuka - "Plants" • Barta IV - "Green Plant" • jpeter2 - "oilseed rape blossom bloom"

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