Augmentation: nm Augmentation, also called cold hardening, is a process of lignification of young branches of woody plants of dicotyledonous species (fruit trees and shrubs or ornamental).
This is an important criterion for the selection of wood to keep in the size of certain fruit trees.
The name comes from the fact that this process does not last beyond mid-August for trees in temperate zones of the northern hemisphere, the time of reductio ...
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