JSS2: AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE - 1ST TERM
Farm Structures & Building | Week 12Topics
Definition of Farm Buildings | Week 25Topics|1 Quiz
Crop Propagation & Cultural Practices I | Week 33Topics
Crop Propagation & Cultural Practices II | Week 43Topics|1 Quiz
Agricultural Practices I | Week 53Topics
Agricultural Practices II | Week 63Topics
Harvesting Operations | Week 74Topics
Meaning and Methods of Crop Propagation
Meaning of Crop Propagation:
Propagation is the process by which plants start to grow from the parent plant, to produce new plants.
It is also a process that involves creating new plants, from a variety of sources such as seeds, cuttings, bulbs, and parts of their stem, root, or leaves.
Methods of Crop Propagation:
There are two methods of crop propagation namely:
a. By seed (Sexual propagation)
b. By vegetative organs (Asexual propagation)