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almost ready to graft some babies

Posted by kiwijoe21 9c (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 17, 14 at 1:06

In a few weeks many of these will be used for my grafting. There is one color that I'm running out of ...will show a picture tomorrow of color.


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Hi, Kiwijoe21, just curious how old are your rootstock? what is the matured period to do grafting on the rootstocks? After 12 months? Thanks for the reply.


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Wow Joe, that is some adenium farm you have there. How many plants do you have? That's if you have ever counted them lol
Kind regards
Averil UK


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Wow! Nice! Wish I had that much rootstock. Good luck and please show us some photos when done.

Kirk


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Koi ...these babies are a little over a year. With these I have taken my sweet time to grow because of other obligations with other plants. But I haven't found any time restrictions of grafting. I have flat grafted on plants that have been five months old. But I usually wait for 10 to 12 months.

Averil ...I think there is close to 800 plants. But I still have many more like these going.


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wow!!!! that's awesome :)

Chuy


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  • Posted by ssk22 5/ohio (My Page) on
    Thu, Jul 17, 14 at 19:00

Like living in adenium heaven.

Sharon


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ha ha ha Sharon I agree.

KiwiJoe, what a wonderful job to have working with all those plants. Good luck with your grafting.


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Ha ha takes me all my time to look after 18!


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