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graffting 4 in 1 ( Calymirna, negronne, brown turkey & green jord

Posted by budihartono71 none (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 11, 12 at 21:18

This is one of my experiments combining 4 varieties into one

that needs to be maintained is the ability to grow each crop is different

if you have questions please provide a simple question because I am not fluent in English :) sorry


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RE: graffting 4 in 1 ( Calymirna, negronne, brown turkey & green

branches have started to grow


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RE: graffting 4 in 1 ( Calymirna, negronne, brown turkey & green

figs were already starting to grow


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RE: graffting 4 in 1 ( Calymirna, negronne, brown turkey & green

You just continue to amaze. Keep it up!


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RE: graffting 4 in 1 ( Calymirna, negronne, brown turkey & green

more figs


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RE: graffting 4 in 1 ( Calymirna, negronne, brown turkey & green

more figs


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RE: graffting 4 in 1 ( Calymirna, negronne, brown turkey & green

Hi,

Very interesting!
I should get more varieties of figs
to try this method too!
Does the panachee fig take a long time to ripe?
I like this type of fig very much, it is cute as
mini air balloons!


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RE: graffting 4 in 1 ( Calymirna, negronne, brown turkey & green

Hi Budihartono71,

Maybe I wrote a mail to you. We can trade cuttings with you. Ninovarga and I posted about our varieties in "Fig fever in Europe" and "Fig orchard" We are especially interested in your cultivars. I personally wish Negronne and Calymirna the most.


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RE: graffting 4 in 1 ( Calymirna, negronne, brown turkey & green

Hi -

The trees look great.

Could I please ask what type of graft did you use - cleft, saddle, whip and tongue, etc.

I would like to try grafting next year.

Thanks,
Brian


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RE: graffting 4 in 1 ( Calymirna, negronne, brown turkey & green

@fignewbies......Yes panachee fig take along time to ripe
@figfan_hungaray... if you want trade cutting please pm me in email budihartono71@gmail.com thank you

@briana_2006...... I used tongue graft type


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