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WANTED: Anyone who can micrograft? I have a finger lime

Posted by drasaid zone 8 (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 23, 11 at 17:45

Yes, an Australian Finger Lime. Also, some grapefruit seedlings. I'd like to micrograft one onto the other. As I have five grapefruit seedlings that means five finger lime plants (if they take . . ..) so anyone who can do micrografting In AUSTIN gets three (Or, if you have some citrus seedlings of your own, more.) The reason for the micrografting is that the finger lime is not very big, though it has many little branches. I think someone from A & M might know how to do this . . but anyone else is welcome too.

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