marcottage

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marcottage (countable and uncountable, plural marcottages)

  1. (botany) A process of plant propagation where soil is tied onto a branch stripped of a ring of bark.
  2. (botany) marcot (new branch formed by marcottage)
    • 1990, Jesse D. Dagoon, Crop Production Technology:
      Cutting of the marcottage is done about 3 months later when the roots are fully developed as can be seen through the plastic covering.

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