[NAFEX] Any opinions on my grafting problem?
lostman_amiga at yahoo.com
Wed May 4 07:22:04 EDT 2005
What do you use to wrap your grafts of different sizes
--- <Lucky.Pittman at murraystate.edu> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> > I recently used the bark graft to topwork a large
> apple tree and all
> > six grafts have begun to grow.
> While I'll still do a whip & tongue on occasion, and
> a 3 or 4 flap for large-caliper pecan or walnut
> scions, I do a bark graft for almost everything,
> from pecans, hickories, walnuts, & oaks to
> persimmons, mulberries, and pears; quick, easy,
> scion & rootstock don't have to be the same size,
> and success rates have been as high(or higher) as
> for any other technique I've tried.
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