There are many ways to propagate green seedlings. The commonly used breeding methods can be roughly divided into the following 8 categories.
1. Seed sowing propagation: using seeds to sow new seedlings.
2, Cuttage Propagation: using seedlings branches, cutting propagation seedlings.
3, buried strip breeding: the seedlings of branches, the whole seedling planted in the nursery.
4. Root propagation: use the roots of seedlings to insert or burrow into nursery stock.
5. Root tiller propagation: also known as root retaining seedlings, is the use of underground roots sprouting out of new seedlings.
6. Graft propagation: seedlings grown by grafting.
7. Propagation by pressing: The seedlings that are produced by burying the branches that do not leave the parent body in the soil or by moistening them in the air and cutting them off after rooting.
8. Tissue culture: seedlings grown in nutrient solution by tissues or cells on the mother's body.