[nafex] Bridgegrafts

Lucky Pittman Lucky.Pittman at murraystate.edu
Fri Mar 23 09:55:04 EST 2001


At 09:12 PM 03/22/2001 -0800, you wrote:
>I don't remember exactly when I did the bridge grafting, but I used dormant
>scionwood and I think the buds on the damaged tree were swelling.  Definitely
>before green tip.  I worked with a peach tree.

Thanks, Joe, Derry, and all.
I inarched a sucker coming up from below the girdled area (evidently the 
damage occurred over a year ago, and as I had no time to do anything with 
the apples last year, I hadn't noticed until a month or so ago) this 
morning, and put in a bridge with a good, limber twig collected from 
another tree in the orchard.
Some of the early crabs are starting to unfurl blossom clusters, so I may 
be a bit late on collecting dormant scions to serve as bridges for 
placement later in the season, but I cut several this morning anyway.  Have 
waxed them and stuck them in the cooler here at work to hold until things 
get growing a little better.

Lucky Pittman
USDA Zone 6
Hopkinsville, KY


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