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Fruit tree propagation

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Own-Root Fruit Trees: Remove redlink own-root fruit trees, the contents of said article on permawiki has been merged into this article already
==Own-Root Fruit Trees==
''Main article; [[Own-root fruit trees]]''
Some species of fruit are commonly grown on their own roots; new plants are propagated by rooting, layering, or modern tissue-culture techniques. In these cases there are may be no great advantages to using a special rootstock or improved rootstocks are not available. [[Fig]], [[filbert]], [[olive]], [[pomegranate]], [[gooseberry]], [[bramble]], and other fruits are commonly grown without any special rootstock.

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