Method for grafting chrysanthemum with edible sprout

A chrysanthemum and variety technology is applied in the grafting field of chrysanthemum varieties to achieve the effects of enhancing toughness, preventing cerebral hemorrhage and thrombosis, and increasing toughness

Inactive Publication Date: 2005-01-05
孙聪惠
View PDF0 Cites 8 Cited by
  • Summary
  • Abstract
  • Description
  • Claims
  • Application Information

AI Technical Summary

Problems solved by technology

Traditional chrysanthemum propagation methods include division propagation, high-pressure propagation, cutting propagation, and grafting propagation, but the purpose of these propagation methods is nothing more than

Method used

the structure of the environmentally friendly knitted fabric provided by the present invention; figure 2 Flow chart of the yarn wrapping machine for environmentally friendly knitted fabrics and storage devices; image 3 Is the parameter map of the yarn covering machine
View more

Examples

Experimental program
Comparison scheme
Effect test

Embodiment 1

[0015] 1. Preparation before grafting

[0016] a. Take the strong lateral roots of purple wild chrysanthemum varieties with root buds with a diameter of about 2 to 3 mm as rootstocks;

[0017] b. Take the strong lateral roots of white chrysanthemum varieties with root buds with a diameter of about 2 to 3 mm as scions;

[0018] c. Grafting temperature is controlled at 10-20°C. In North China, it is better in spring from March to May. If the temperature is low, it can be operated in a greenhouse to increase the survival rate of grafting.

[0019] 2. Grafting

[0020] a. Cut off the rootstock prepared above obliquely and keep the part without root buds of 3-5cm. The incision area should be appropriate. Too large or too small incision area is not conducive to graft survival. The cutting angle is about 45 degrees;

[0021] b. Cut off the above-mentioned prepared scion at an angle of about 45 degrees at the lower part of the root bud at 3 to 5 cm, and keep the part with the root ...

the structure of the environmentally friendly knitted fabric provided by the present invention; figure 2 Flow chart of the yarn wrapping machine for environmentally friendly knitted fabrics and storage devices; image 3 Is the parameter map of the yarn covering machine
Login to view more

PUM

PropertyMeasurementUnit
Lengthaaaaaaaaaa
Login to view more

Abstract

A method for grafting the chrysanthemum whose bud stem can be eaten for preventing diseases features that the root of wild chrysanthemum is used as stock, the radical bud part of chrysanthemum is used as scion, said stock and scion are bound and then buried in ground, and the binding ropes areremoved when it is survival.

Description

the structure of the environmentally friendly knitted fabric provided by the present invention; figure 2 Flow chart of the yarn wrapping machine for environmentally friendly knitted fabrics and storage devices; image 3 Is the parameter map of the yarn covering machine
Login to view more

Claims

the structure of the environmentally friendly knitted fabric provided by the present invention; figure 2 Flow chart of the yarn wrapping machine for environmentally friendly knitted fabrics and storage devices; image 3 Is the parameter map of the yarn covering machine
Login to view more

Application Information

Patent Timeline
no application Login to view more
Owner 孙聪惠
Who we serve
  • R&D Engineer
  • R&D Manager
  • IP Professional
Why Eureka
  • Industry Leading Data Capabilities
  • Powerful AI technology
  • Patent DNA Extraction
Social media
Try Eureka
PatSnap group products