Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol : 10 - Issue : 4 ; 651-658 Lovepreet Singh, Jyoti, Paramjit Singh and Jatinder Singh* Department of Horticulture, School of Agriculture, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara - 144 411, Punjab, India Abstract Vegetable grafting is an alternative approach used in production to obtain better plants with good quality, high yield, resistant to diseases, nematodes, water logging conditions and better nutritional uptake. In grafting technique there is deliberate fusion of plant parts so that vascular continuousness is retained and resultant organism may functions as a unit. Grafting plants are supposed to have potential to improve these characters. The grafting provides resistance against biotic/abiotic stresses and increases the yield of the cultivars. This technique is considered eco-friendly for sustainable vegetable production. Grafting improves quality of the plant and is used to encourage resistance against adverse weather conditions. Growth, yield and fruit quality of the scion is greatly influenced by the type of rootstock used. For its commercial application, sharpening grafting skills and healing environment need to be standardized. Therefore, this paper aimed to review the importance of grafting and improvement in quality, yield, disease resistant and stress tolerant like characters.