- to graft by uniting a growing branch to a stock without separating the branch from its parent stock.
Origin of inarch
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This variety has been used to inarch the garcina mangostana upon.Fruits of the Hawaiian Islands
Gerrit Parmile Wilder
Following out the same line of thought, I began this year by making union between stock and scion according to inarch principles.
Immediately after the action he continued his inarch to Hanau, where he was joined by the reinforcement.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.II.
- (tr) to graft (a plant) by uniting stock and scion while both are still growing independently
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