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Owners of nurseries most likely conduct _____ to grow many of their plants and fruit trees. A) vegetative propagation B) vegetative reproduction C) propagation reproduction
Owners of nurseries most likely conduct vegetative propagation techniques such as grafting and budding, and using cuttings, to grow many of their plants and fruit trees.
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User: Owners of nurseries most likely conduct _____ to grow many of their plants and fruit trees. A) vegetative propagation B) vegetative reproduction C) propagation reproduction

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Owners of nurseries most likely conduct vegetative propagation techniques such as grafting and budding, and using cuttings, to grow many of their plants and fruit trees.

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