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Whip grafts are suitable for rootstocks similar in diameter to scions, so they're useful for propagating new trees or adding a branch or two of another variety to an existing tree.
Auto Business News-February 4, 2016--Toyota plans to withdraw Scion brand
Think about it: according to Doug Murtha, group vice president, Scion, the purpose of this brand is, and has been for the past 12 years, since it rolled out in 2003 with the xB (and the xA, but let's face it, that is something that's primarily remembered by, well, Scionistas), to reach buyers who are under 35 years old.
With the Congress losing its strong anti- feudal stance it displayed during the initial decades after Independence, the scions of former princely families find themselves as comfortable in the party as they were in the erstwhile Swatantra Party or are in the BJP.
Scion announced its three Scion Tuner Challenge finalists today, each of whom will show off their modified tC vehicles at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas Nov.
1998), using a micrografting technique, recorded 65-68% graft-take on Kober 5 BB and 59% on 1103 P rootstocks using Chardonnay and Merlot scions.
Therefore, this research evaluated three grafting methods of five quince scion cultivars on 'Japones' quince rootstock.
Scions should come from 1-year-old wood and never be larger in diameter than the branch you're going to graft to.
But just days later comes a report that Scion, the Toyota spin-off that has been successfully aiming its products at younger customers than its parent firm, is going to actually try to sell fewer cars next year.
Price hikes will start taking effect later this month for the Scions and in August for the Lexuses.
If we sell over 200,000 units and you see Scions on every corner, then it ceases to be exclusive.
The scions were [approximately equal to]10 cm long, and defoliated before grafting.