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bud

bud (GB)
bourgeon (F)
yema (ES)
gomo (PO)
boccio (I)

See below eye,

Name (also bud) for the youthful state of a new sprout or Triebes, At the Rebstock the eye is in the leaf axils on the Nodien (Nodes) of annual shoots (therefore also axillary or axillary bud). The winter eye consists of woody bracts, which are layered on top of each other in several layers and envelop the primary, already pre-differentiated systems of the new drive. The drive segments of the rung axis with the laterally angled systems for can already be seen in miniature form leaves (Leaves), tendrils (Fasteners) and inflorescences (Gescheine). The cavities in the bud are filled with fine wool hair, so that the drive system during the Hibernation by expulsion in the spring from injuries, frost and is protected from moisture. This is in the place of the nodes diaphragm (Wood bridge).

Eye (bud) - drawing and photo

Main eye and secondary eye

In addition to the main eye (plant for the main shoot), each winter bud also contains two eyes (side eyes) located laterally at the base of the bud base. These are also pre-differentiated, but have a simpler structure and serve as replacement buds in an emergency. As a rule, they only sprout when the main eye or the young instinct resulting from it is caused by external factors such as frost. game browsing or insect caused damage or in the spring for example by mite infestation...

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