Propagation roses & other plant cuttings - Stenting
you intend to bud or graft plants the rootstock plants are produced from
First root the rootstocks from cuttings then perform the budding or grafting operations.
For roses and grapes you can root the root stocks at the same time. The technique called "stenting" where rooting and grafting is performed in one action. In Dutch the word "stenting" means "to stem". It is a combination "stekken" meaning "to strike a cutting" and "enter" meaning "to graft".
The success of simultaneous cutting and grafting is cost effective.
● The scion consists of the cultivar stem taken with one leaf and a dormant bud.
● The scion is grafted on a single internode of the non-rooted rootstock.
On the un-rooted root stock use
● The Basal Long Soak Method or
● The Dry Dip Method
Formation of the graft union and of adventitious roots on the rootstock occur simultaneously.
The combined process can take about three weeks.
For more information see
Care of Plant Cuttings
Rose Propagation Ideas
Introduction to Plant Propagation from Cuttings:
Site_Map Introduction DISTRIBUTORS
Products: Hortus_IBA_WaterSolubleSalts(20%) RhizoponAA_DryPowder_RootingHormones
Methods: Foliar_Methods-Overview Total_Immerse_Method Spray_DripDown_Method
Basal_Methods-Overview Basal_QuickDip_Method Basal_Long_Soak_Method
Dry_Dip_Method Rose_Ideas TheCuttings
Rates: Rates-Foliar Rates-Basal_QuickDip Rates-Dry_Dip Rates-LongSoak
Other Information: Making_RootingSolutions-How_Much_Do_I_Need?