What Is Vegetative Propagation?

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Vegetative propagation is a form of asexual reproduction where one plant is able to grow into a new plant without seeds or spores. Methods of vegetative propagation include, division, budding, grafting, cutting, vegetative apomixes and tissue culture.
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Vegetative propagation is a way that plants reproduce asexually. Instead of having two plants involved as parents, a single plant generates and disperses tissues that form new plants. This means that the new plants always are made from structures that already exist, and that they are genetically identical to the parent plant. For example, bulbs often split and separate, and each can grow into separate plants. Other plants grow 'runners' or vines that can root.
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