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Bark Ringing – To induce fruiting

We have a number of trees that have never produced fruit or even any flowers. This can be due to a number of factors. 1 – Weather conditions the preceding summer, as well as during the winter. Be it too … Continue reading

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The ultimate Rabbit Ring Fencing of Orchard

Its one of them jobs that I wish I had done, before I had laid out our orchard over 20 years ago. All the headaches over trying to stop rabbits from chewing the apple shoots, and the bark stripping, might … Continue reading

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How small can you graft – Bark or Rind Graft

Another way of grafting smaller diameter scions to larger rootstocks, is by using a bark or rind graft. This can only be used later in the winter or early soring when the bark is lifting or the sap is starting … Continue reading

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