[NAFEX] Grafting Knife
tolenio at sentex.net
Thu Jan 29 16:38:17 EST 2004
There are all types of razor type knifes. Box knifes are just promotional knives supplied to stores (or they
were) to open boxes.
What I think of as a box knife is called a box cutter. I may be wrong in the reference. Here is an image of a
Box knives do not have fancy handles, and if you want more leverage, or grip, you should move to a knife that
I would not use a box knife to graft unless I could not find better.
This is a carpet knife;
Boy, could I cut myself really good using that knife for grafting. I bet I could hit bone, or take a node off
my liver with it. (smile)
> Are 'carpet knives' the same as 'box cutters' (as in 9/11)?
> Bill Chase & Derry Walsh
> Aldergrove, B.C., Canada
> phone/fax (604) 856-9316
> I know of many in the Michigan Nut growers, many pros who use replaceable
> blade carpet etc knives because of the sharp thin blades that if not cutting
> good just replace the blade or turn around.
> Gordon C. Nofs
> Flint, MI.
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