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 Inosculation - (Procedure)

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bonsai-beech_tree_trunk_inosculation.jpg image INOSCULATION -

A naturally occurring phenoMEnom where branches or ROOTS of trees growing together or aCROSS one another will join as a GRAFT>GRAFT.

Most common in the same kind of tree. Inosculation happens when the BARK of two branches are rubbed through to the CAMBIUM layer perhaps by wind action. Often used in the pLEACHING of trees or hedges.

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