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Patch Grafting First Attempt

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Patch Grafting First Attempt

Post by Alee on 26th May 2009, 16:16

I have tried patch grafting yesterday. I have started grafting recently and only one bud graft has taken out of 10 attempts. I found patch grafting a lot easier. I used a single snap blade knife and a small stencil which I cut out of thin plastic. I made a small square shape stencil. Using the stencil on the scion and stock gave me same size squares which easily match. The scion was from a florist rose and the stock is one of my Rose Edward plants. Will report the progress of this on this thread. Since the scion is from a florist rose I am keeping my fingers crossed.

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Re: Patch Grafting First Attempt

Post by Billndee on 26th May 2009, 16:56

You are certainly being as accurate as you can Alee so I hope you have success. Smile

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