inarching


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inarching

[′in′ärch·iŋ]
(botany)
A kind of repair grafting in which two plants growing on their own roots are grafted together and one plant is severed from its roots after the graft union is established.
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Galmia, Cappadocia, inarching toward Antioch sic stands in front of her people swearing that she would never give Palmyra to Rome.
The plant must actually be in being and reproductions thereof must be obtainable by one of the usual forms of asexual reproduction such as grafting, budding, inarching, division or the like.
Repair grafting can be broken down into three categories: inarching (Figure 7-22), bridge (Figure 7-23), and bracing (Figure 7-24).
Inarching an ancient method of vegetative propagation is quite simple and involves giving of a long cut on both the stock and scion, and binding them with the short attached to the mother plant till the union of the tissues is completed.