I’m not used to seeing that strip that lies horizontally across the cut. Could you please explain just how you do that graft?
Often, when I cleft graft to root stock that’s much larger than the scion, I have trouble getting good healing in the cleft and I’m wondering if what you did there might be a solution for me.
I can share a video if you want… share ur WhatsApp number
Thanks for the offer, but I don’t have a WhatsApp number! Is that something I can download to my phone? Or can you post a link to a youTube video here? Thanks.
Oh, I assumed that was the scion tip that had been severed and was just resting on the the cut face of the host. I didn’t think that was part of the graft, and not connected to the scion.
Interesting if that is intentional, and kind of strange.
i think the same as you murky. It’s likely the tip of the scion. There for size comparison?
The tip bud breaks earlier. Thus pruning it off, gives your graft a little longer to heal before the scion leafs out.
Very good skills @dmehta410
You can directly post it here! WhatsApp is not popular in the US (actually no message platforms are, in that way as in other countries).