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Saturday, August 18, 2018

Caring for Newly Grafted Trees

It has been a busy summer so far.  Lots of great projects going on!

Here is a follow-up video to the Grafting Tool Review and the Grafting Class with Nine Square Feet earlier this year.  It highlights new graft care and what you might have seen with your grafts.

Some of the scion we had was kind of small and maybe dried out a bit, some might have not lined up quite how it needed to be, or maybe yours were physically damaged afterwards like some of mine. 

Hopefully you had a decent success rate, mine was around 50% I'd guess.  Ask any questions in the Comments here or on the Facebook post.

I am really glad some of the rarer varieties I tried have worked out though!

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