Inoculation of tomatoes on two roots by splicing - ablactation
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! Perhaps now you look at the screen, see these freaks and think: “What kind of seedlings is this? Who is growing this? ” Yes, sometimes such seedlings also grow when seeds are planted early, when there is little light and there is no backlight, when there is not enough food, it is precisely such seedlings that many of you carry to your sites. Then a separate landing operation begins. You twist the stems, deepening them, leaving the tops.
But I want to offer you with such seedlings, if you have it, and especially if there are a lot of it ... After all, sometimes a neighbor brings another: “Take seedlings, take!” - “And I have the most!”, The other has the same thing. Nowhere to plant seedlings. Due to the fact that you sometimes grow a lot of seedlings, you can grow very strong, good bushes. Firstly, to increase productivity, accelerate fruit loading, ripen them, increase the power and strength of the plants themselves, and even extend the growing season.
Look, you have extra plants, some some of a good variety, others some of their seeds. So we improve the condition of a good variety or hybrid through vaccination. We do ablution, that is, we connect the stem of one plant with the stem of another plant, but not entirely, but literally at a site of about 7 cm. This will be enough.
Look, one plant, another plant. If we connect them in such a way, grow together in this place, cut a poor little plant by grade, then we will get two root systems. When planting them, we grow in different directions, so we will have two root systems that feed one part above the ground.
You imagine, the sap flow, the access of this juice to plants will increase significantly. The fruits will begin to grow, be large, ripen much faster, be tastier. And most importantly, we will not be upset for a long time because of discarded seedlings.
What do we need to do? For example, choose a place of vaccination. It should be about 15-20 cm from the soil. We take and remove about 7 cm - a thin layer of this upper skin from one tomato - try on the following (this is the second plant where there is a place of contact. If necessary, you can even remove the leaf. From this side we also remove part of the bark, only this skin , also 5-7 cm long (see how you feel comfortable).
Now you will need to connect them together, tying a linen rope. Previously, even a bast was used in order to make a rope, and thus leaning, quietly, to make a winding. Most importantly, so that we have the tissues of one completely touching the damaged tissues of another plant. So we wind. You can use a plastic film.
Take a very clean plastic bag, cut into long stripes. So we will tie, fix our vaccine, and begin to wrap it again. The most important thing is to fix the plants so that they are absolutely exactly in contact with these wounded tissues. It can be solid, you can with small clicks - it's okay. And tie it now.
In order to help plants survive some stress, we must feed the plant, we must look at the moisture of the soil, be sure to provide good lighting. And when these places grow together, we simply delete the part we don’t need.
So that when planting - and therefore, we need to stretch them a little, so that the surface area of the food is increased in both plants - this place has not cracked, for this, before planting, just make a little knot from the rope and prevent this tissue break. Then the plant will grow well. You remove this crown, leaving some good varietal hybrid, and removing, for example, the variety that you do not really need, which you decided to use simply to improve the condition of the varietal plant, what do you do?
Imagine that summer has come, you are planting a plant, and this crown has grown or some stepsons have grown. You cut it in this way, shorten one leaflet, shorten, if necessary, a part of the second leaflet. Here you get the stalk. You dip the stalk into a stimulator of root formation and growth, and plant it under a film. Yes, the plant will slow down its growth, it will not begin to grow as fast as this our plant begins to develop, but, nevertheless, the fruits will definitely form on it, but a little smaller in yield. However, you will still receive fruit from the affected plant. If someone will tell you that the harvest of such cut branches or stepsons, for example, is exactly the same as from the mother bushes - I ask you, do not believe it. You will certainly collect 50-70%, but this, again, is not so small. I wish you good vaccinations, wonderful plants and excellent harvests.
Candidate of Agricultural Sciences Nikolai Petrovich Fursov.