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Requested photos of Newly Formed Roots and Callusing of Rootstock

Many people have asked how do the roots form on rootstock. The basic’s are the same for any hardwood cuttings and there propagation. Here we have a bundle callused rootstocks, just come out of the heated beds. Most are callused, … Continue reading

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Emptying the Grafting Bins

Just a quick photo to illustrate what the grafted trees are like when they come out of the grafting bins. These have been grafted in March and then kept in a greenhouse, at about 10 deg C. The rootstocks have … 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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