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Re: Apple Grafts
Old 05-17-2020, 04:58 AM
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Paul. the splices look good. It may take a while for any "add on's" to show signs of taking. I haven't done any grafting in years but when I was fiddling with it, I fitted the graft & root stock very closely then smeared the joint with melted bee's wax, wrapped the joint with dry grass blades and wrapped that section with relatively loose fitting cloth strips to keep "bugs" from trying to get to the wax. Worked pretty good for me. Just don't give up on it. ......Moose is one of my favorite meats after sheep. ......Paul H
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