So this conversation happened on Facebook…
S: How do seedless grapes grow if there are no seeds to plant?
S: And that is…?
Rai Venne: Taking the cut of one plant and attaching it to another plant, keeping the newly attached plant alive and growing. Think of it like organ donation where the host body accepts the new organ.
S: Ahhh. Makes sense. I know it was a dumb question but I had to ask it at one point in my life! Thanks Rai!
Rai Venne: It’s not a dumb question, if it gains you knowledge. (Unless you ask it more than thrice, then it’s not that question that’s dumb – lol). :p 🙂
S: Lol. Good thing I retain info pretty well in my old age. But I can’t guarantee I won’t ask 100 more times when I’m 90! I think it’s allowed then, right?
Rai Venne: Absolutely!
Even at 90 if you’re learning it all over again – you can still learn something new every day.
Slice of Life: Two Writing Teachers
Part of learning the game. –smile–
Here’s to learning…may we never stop!
But to keep the info flowing, it’s grafting, not graphing. 🙂