The art of grafting: 1. Start with a tomato variety chosen for its size, color, flavor or heirloom status (left). 2. The rootstock plant is used to provide disease resistance and vigor to the scion (right).
The art of grafting: 1. Start with a tomato variety chosen for its size, color, flavor or heirloom status (left). 2. The rootstock plant is used to provide disease resistance and vigor to the scion (right). Susana Sanchez-Young THE WASHINGTON POST
The art of grafting: 1. Start with a tomato variety chosen for its size, color, flavor or heirloom status (left). 2. The rootstock plant is used to provide disease resistance and vigor to the scion (right). Susana Sanchez-Young THE WASHINGTON POST

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