How Plants Are Grown In A Nursery for maximum profit

In any given nursery growers will use a variety of methods to produce large volumes of high-quality plants. In this video we are going to take a look at five different methods of propagating plants – by seed, cuttings, division, layering and bulbs. Each of these methods will be differently suited to certain plants, facilities and budgets, and we will explain which methods -or combination thereof – will be best for any given situation.

Introduction 00:00
5 Propagation Methods 00:35
Seeds 02:23
Cuttings 03:48
Division 05:03
Layering 05:54
Bulbs, Corms and Tubers 06:55

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