- a graft prepared by cutting both the scion and the stock in a sloping direction and securing them by tying or taping.
Compare whip-and-tongue graft.
Origin of whip graft
First recorded in 1665–75
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Examples from the Web for whip graft
If Grafting is done on small stocks, it is customary to employ the whip-graft, which is illustrated in the margin.The Practical Garden-Book
C. E. Hunn
The cions may be placed on the tree by several methods, but only two are commonly employed,—the whip-graft and the cleft-graft.
On the small shoots of young trees, the whip-graft is often employed, but it is not used in large trees.
Root-grafting, especially of fruit-stocks, is performed almost entirely by the whip-graft.
The parts are held only by the string, which, together with the wax, is applied in the same way as upon the whip-graft.
- horticulture a graft made by inserting a tongue cut on the sloping base of the scion into a slit on the sloping top of the stock
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