What are the main ways of vegetative propagation? What is their essence?

The plant in the form of a rhizome overwinters in the soil. In the spring, young shoots develop from the buds. On moist soil, an adventitious bud develops at the base of a broken off leaf, from which a new plant grows. When the tubers are planted, some of the buds develop into green shoots. Later, from another part of the buds, underground shoots similar to the rhizome are formed – stolons. The tops of the stolons thicken and turn into new tubers. When the bulbs are planted in the soil, adventitious roots grow from the bottom. Daughter bulbs are formed from the axillary buds. When grafting, a part of the mother plant is separated and rooted. A cut is a part of any vegetative organ – a shoot (stem, leaf), root.

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