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  • From: "del stubbs" <>
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  • Subject: RE: [NAFEX] Questions about grafting
  • Date: Thu, 24 Jun 2004 14:37:22 +0000

In zone 3 I am still grafting dormant scions of prunus sp. Some seem to need heat to callus, but we are 35F to 55 this week, so I graft a few every week hoping to hit it right.
I do several kinds - w/t, chip, and a hybrid chip-w/t that I like.
One year I grafted dormant apple wood in mid July - and it grew and turned dormant in time to make it through the winter.
Del, just came in with a armload of fire wood for the wood stove, good grief!

Del Stubbs ag zone2/3

&gt;From: George R &lt;;
&gt;Reply-To: North American Fruit Explorers &lt;;
&gt;Subject: [NAFEX] Questions about grafting
&gt;Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2004 22:46:53 -0500
&gt;I have some leftover dormant scions in my refrigerator.
&gt;a. When is the right time to bud in 5a (Toronto)? From what I read sofar, it is the barkslipping season. Is it late july till august? Or Can I start at the end of june?
&gt;b. Is it ok to t-bud pawpaw? If not, which is the right one?
&gt;c. If I bud with dormant scions, when will the growth be? This year or next season?
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