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#26631 - 04/15/19 05:10 PM Re: Grafting apple trees, 2019 [Re: redsnow]
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#26638 - 04/19/19 12:35 PM Re: Grafting apple trees, 2019 [Re: redsnow]
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Well, I checked the trees again. They've been in the ground for a week now, the grafts that took are looking good.

Here's the best looking pear/apple rootstock graft. This is new for me, so far it's looking good.


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#26642 - Today at 06:20 AM Re: Grafting apple trees, 2019 [Re: redsnow]
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Here's a picture of the first apple that I grafted, March 13th. Seems like it was slow to get started, but looking ok now. I just trimmed off the lower sprout, and sealed up the wound. I'll go back over all of my grafted trees and do the same thing. I want all of the sap going into the main stem of the tree. With just one sprout it should grow fast. This is the only one that I have here at the house, so I can keep an eye on it. Compared to 2 weeks ago, it's looking good.



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