Advantages and Disadvantages of Vegetative Propagation in Plants

Advantages and Disadvantages of Vegetative Propagation

 

Advantages:

 

  1. i) Young plant uses the food resources from parent plant during development.

 

  1. ii) Only one parent plant is involved.

 

iii) Good and desired characters are transmitted to offspring.

 

  1. iv) The new plant matures more quickly.

 

  1. v) A large number of desired varieties of plant are produced in very short time.

 

Disadvantages:

 

  1. i) No new varieties are produced.

 

  1. ii) Over crowding causes severe competition for survival among them.

 

iii) Lack of variety, reduce resistance against diseases and environment.

 

  1. iv) Colonization is unlikely. Thus plants are not widely distributed.

 

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