[NAFEX] Pear Grafts

natelson at stehlinclinic.com natelson at stehlinclinic.com
Sun May 27 12:11:50 EDT 2007


It is probably best to cut off the graft and try again with your
refrigerated material.  Perhaps there is incompatibility with the scion or
fireblight at the graft site.  Of course, you can always hold the
rootstock and graft again next year.  Betulaefolia seems to sucker more
than calleryana.


> This spring I whip and tongue grafted several pears on Betulifolia
> pear
> rootstock.  About 2/3 of the grafts have leafed out fine but several
> do
> not look like they will "take."  We have had many days in the mid
> to
> upper 80's.  At what point should I stop pinching the growth below
> the
> graft to encourage budding?  Is it recommended to regraft next year?
> Can I
> rework the tops with my refrigerated scion wood now?
>
> Bob Capshew
> Southern
> Indiana _______________________________________________
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