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Juan Carlos Álvarez-Hernández, Javier Zaragoza Castellanos-Ramos and Cesar Leobardo Aguirre-Mancilla

approach grafting with grafting tape as the fastening device, 2) tongue approach grafting with a clip as the fastening device, 3) cleft grafting with grafting tape as the fastening device, and 4) cleft grafting with a clip as the fastening device. In the

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Richard L. Hassell, Frederic Memmott and Dean G. Liere

The initial grafting method used for melon was cleft grafting ( Ishibashi, 1959 ), but after the introduction of the tongue approach grafting method, its use diminished greatly. The tongue approach method became widespread in Asia because of its

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Wenjing Guan and Xin Zhao

al., 2010 ). Currently, the most commonly used methods are tongue approach, one-cotyledon, and hole insertion methods. Tongue approach grafting was initiated in the Netherlands and later adopted by propagators in Korea, Japan, and other European

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Gilbert Miller, Ahmad Khalilian, Jeffrey W. Adelberg, Hamid J. Farahani, Richard L. Hassell and Christina E. Wells

·ha −1 ). Plots were sprayed with fungicides, insecticides, and herbicides as recommended ( Keinath and Miller, 2010 ; Kemble, 2010 ). Rootstock and scion seed were sowed and tongue-approach grafted ( Hassell and Memmott, 2008 ) in a greenhouse at the

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Yi-Chen Chen, Wei-Chun Chang, San-Tai Wang and Shu-I Lin

methods have been developed for different vegetables, such as cleft grafting, tongue approach grafting, hole insertion grafting, and splice grafting ( Lee, 1994 ; Lee and Oda, 2010 ; Lee et al., 2010 ; Oda, 2007 ). Among these techniques, tube grafting