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" ... upright side of the stock, at the back of the slope, inserting it with great exactness, as far as it is cut, with the thickest edge outwards, and so that the rind may meet exactly every way with the rind of the stock. "
Every Man His Own Gardener: The Complete Gardener : Being a Gardener's ... - Page 122
by John Abercrombie, Thomas Mawe - 1832 - 658 pages
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Every man his own gardener: being a new, and much more complete gardener's ...

John Abercrombie, Thomas Mawe - Gardening - 1787 - 616 pages
...the grafting duffel, or fome inftrument a little way into the cleft, at the floped part of the ftock, to keep it open for the reception of the graft, which then direftly introduce into the cleft on the uncut or upright fide o/ the ftock, at the back of the flope,...
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The American Gardener's Calendar; Adapted to the Climates and Seasons of the ...

Bernard M'Mahon - Gardening - 1806 - 648 pages
...no farther than what is necessary to admit the graft readily ; then place the knife, or some small instrument, a little way into the cleft, at the sloped...keep it open for the reception of the graft, which directly introduce into the cleft on the top of the stock, at the back of the slope ; inserting it...
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The American Gardener's Calendar

Bernard M'Mahon - Gardening - 1806
...no farther than what is necessary to admit the graft readily ; then place the knife, or some small instrument, a little way into the cleft, at the sloped part of the stock, to keep it MARc!i.] THE NURSERY. 247 open for the reception of the graft, which directly introduce into the cleft...
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Every Man His Own Gardener: Being a New and Much More Complete Gardener's ...

John Abercrombie, Thomas Mawe - Gardening - 1818 - 727 pages
...no further than what is necessary Jo admit the graft readily ; then place the knife, or some small instrument, a little way into the cleft, at the sloped...at the back of the slope, inserting it with great exactness, as far as it is cut, with the thickest edge outwards, and so that the rind may meet exactly...
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The New-York Gardener, Or, Twelve Letters from a Farmer to His Son: In which ...

P. Agricola - Gardening - 1824 - 214 pages
...observing to cleave it no farther than is necessary to admit the graft freely : then place the wedge a little way into the cleft, at the sloped part of...keep it open for the reception of the graft, which directly introduce into the cleft, on the top of the stock, at the back of the slope, inserting it...
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Cottage comforts, with hints for promoting them, gleaned from experience ...

Esther Copley - Home economics - 1834 - 224 pages
...is necessary to admit the graft readily ; then place the knife, or some small instrument, a little into the cleft, at the sloped part of the stock, to...at the back of the slope, inserting it with great exactness, as far as it is cut, with the thickest edge outwards, and so that the rind may meet exactly...
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The Hobart Town Magazine, Volume 2

Tasmania - 1834
...necessary to admit the graft readily ; then drive the grafting chisel a little way into the cleft, to keep it open for the reception of the graft, which then directly introduce into the cleft on the uncut or upright side of the stock, at toe back of the slope ; inserting it with great exactness, as...
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Cottage comforts, with hints for promoting them

Esther Copley - Art - 1841
...what is necessary to admit the graft readily; then place the knife, or some small instrument, a little into the cleft, at the sloped part of the stock, to...at the back of the slope, inserting it with great exactness, as far as it is cut, with the thickest edge outwards, and so that the rind may meet exactly...
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Nine Years in Van Diemen's Land: Comprising an Account of Its Discovery ...

J. Syme - 1848
...is necessary to admit the graft readily ; then drive the grafting chisel a little way intothe cleft, to keep it open for the reception of the graft, which then directly introduce into the cleft on the uncut or upright side of the stock, at the back of the slope ; inserting it with great exactness, as...
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