Nice tbud videos. When I wrapped my t-buds I covered the entire bud over with parafilm though not being an expert in tbudding I can only say it worked for me. The reason why I did that was to maintain higher moisture levels under the parafilm to keep the bud from drying out. In Kansas grafts drying out are a very real threat whereas in tropical areas with constant rainfall it may not be as big a problem as it is here. In my zone it's getting a little late in the year because winter is quickly approaching. I know you have slipping bark. Our climates are very different and it is much warmer there. T-buds are done here by July. @fruitnut wrote up a very good tutorial on this which is where I learned from http://growingfruit.org/t/t-budding-tutorial/6167. I like the idea you did t-budding in another language with English subtitles which will undoubtedly help many people to graft. Great Job!
Interesting. The only peach tree in my neighborhood bloomed March 3 this year - with the warm weather we had and got zapped. Not a single peach this year.
Chip grafting pawpaw update video part two .
Barkslip, Thanks for that warning on the cable ties, as that is just what I was preparing to do. Last year I tried pie tin strips with wire through a paper punched hole to label the fence enclosures on some new plantings. The strips ripped and blew around the orchard. Thankfully, I also kept a paper chart. My next plan of attack was zip tie through vinyl blind slats… You saved me a second failure.
My friend did a whip graft for me 6 months ago. The clean stick came from CCPP. We are in citrus quarantine area so trees are not readily available, among other restrictions.