Grafting Services?

bob_in_coloradoMay 9, 2011

I have some fruit trees (cherry and pear), that I'd like to graft branches of it's pollinator onto so in essence I have true self fertile trees.

One is a bing cherry and the other is a black tartarian. The others are a couple varieties of Asian pear.

Anyone have the skill or know someone who can do this? I'd compensate of course.



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The problem you have with grafting onto large trees is that the plant will prefer to feed the established stuff, not your newly introduced graft. Those 3-in-one trees are done as seedlings.

But its worth a try, anyway. Grafting isn't rocket science, there are plenty of sources of how to to this out there on the web. You'd really have to goof up to do any damage.

    Bookmark   May 10, 2011 at 8:58AM
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