Breeding by vegetative species have practiced at learning that some part or parts of plants such as roots, bulbs, tuberobulbii, rhizomes, drajonii, stems, shoots, leaves, buds to form roots that are placed in favorable environmental conditions, reproducing exactly the hereditary characters of mother the plants.
For some species more distant origins, the limited degree of adaptability and are forced to live in a different environment than the one from which they originated, vegetative propagation is the only way of breeding, because they fail to produce fruit or seeds to reach maturity to be seeded and to produce new plants. Through this system of breeding to obtain a smaller number of offspring from breeding by seed and disease transmission to offspring is more pronounced than sexual propagation. The parts used in breeding (buds, tips of stems etc.) Are the older stage, reach maturity faster, thus obtaining specimens that bloom in a shorter time than those obtained by seeds. Not exclude the possibility of new forms in some individuals (superior qualities of flowers, leaves, stems, etc..) That sets forth all through vegetative propagation. Undesirable phenomena can occur, meaning that descendants to degenerate due to unfavorable environment, a repeated vegetative propagation or multiplication due to the use of plant parts less fit for reproduction.
Mother plants must meet the following conditions:
The choice of material for mother plants will be before they start turning, when the volume of plants allows choosing the most representative examples. Once selected mother plants, are put in places where they are available to provide the best conditions for agrotechnics. To obtain vegetative planting material by using several methods that are based on either body taking part in breeding or how to do this multiplication.
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