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When is the right time to graft ?

It all hinges on temperature. If you would like to have a read of http://www.gb-online.co.uk/gb-wordpress/?p=654 However either side of the optimum temperature you can still get good results, but the % success rate reduces and length of time for callusing … Continue reading

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Callusing temperatures of Fruit and Nut trees

Many people ask me what are optimum callusing temperatures to ensure a good percentage of viable grafts. Nectarines/Peaches – 18-26 deg C Apricots/Cherries – 20 deg C Plums – 16 deg C Apples/Pears – 13-18 deg C Walnuts – 27 … Continue reading

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Some Species do not need help in Rooting

These scions have been stored in our fridge at 2 deg C, wrapped in damp tissue, within a plastic bag. It shows that even at those temperatures they can still shoot out. Another group of Plum cuttings show the bases … Continue reading

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