[NAFEX] grafting is simple
tolenio at sentex.net
Fri Sep 1 12:27:16 EDT 2006
Grafting goes back thousands of years and was done with nothing more than
sharp sticks, willow bark and mud/dung protection.
The tools we have in our junk drawers are 100,000% better than early man's
grafting tools. And they were successful at grafting too.
Grafting is simple, and getting simpler everyday.
People should not be put-off by the "mystique".
On Fri, 01 Sep 2006 12:11:55 -0400, derry and bill
<wchase at interchange.ubc.ca> wrote:
> I agree that grafting is quite simple, only one or two things to
> remember (have dormant wood in Spring, and match the cambiums). I think
> that it is in the aftercare of the graft where people fail.
>> Lee Reich notes that his hort professor taught that "any fool can
>> graft", so that encouraged me to plunge in, give it a try, and be
>> willing to learn
>> from my failures.
>> Richard Moyer
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