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Licensing for air layer rooting sack

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    "Air layering is the process of girdling a branch and forcing roots to form for propagation purposes. The specific invention is the filling of a plastic net sack with sphagnum moss or any other rooting medium for use in air layering woody plants. The commercial marketing of this invention would be to sell a long tube of netting pre-packed with dried compressed sphagnum moss. The sack would be sold in one long tube so that individual sacks of various lengths could be cut to accommodate branches of different diameters. The product would be sold by retailers marketing garden supplies to homeowners and professional horticulturalists."
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    Matsunaga, Lisa
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    Office of Technology Transfer and Economic Development (OTTED)
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