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Categorized under " General" Definition as written by philomel: The flattening and spreading of a stem due to a growth defect. The side shoots remain attached to the leading stem and the whole lot carries on growing as a bundle producing a broad and flattened stem, often fan shaped.
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(Click for full-size) Definition as written by Weezingreens: Example of fasciation: Double-headed pyrethrum
(Click for full-size) Definition as written by Magpye: This effects many herbaceous and woody plants. This is a genetic mutation or imbalance in growth caused by absorption of a herbicide. Remove all effected stems.
Definition as written by dmj1218: An unusual flattening of stem.
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