[NAFEX] temp to hold grafts at to callous
ed.fackler at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 12:19:14 EDT 2007
At room temps, 5 days will create intial callus formation. Any time
after that you can either plant them to an outside nursery or if soils are
too wet to plant, store them at around 35 degrees to hold them until you are
ready to plant.
Worked great for me in S. Indiana.
On 3/19/07, jerry sietsema <disk at iserv.net> wrote:
> I am getting ready to do bench grafts.I thought you had to hold them
> around 38 for two weeks to callous.I huge nursery from the west coast told
> me to hold them at 60 degrees for 10 days to get the sap flowing so they
> would heal.Any inputs?? thanks, skip s. zone 5
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