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Inspired by this link, and perhaps as the logical followup to this thread, I've finally got myself into gear and done a few experimental grafts. The tek I used is identical to the one in the video - the one improvement I made is stretching the clingfil
Finally ,i figured out how to upload photos, im a bit of a dinosaur when it comes to computers,lol. Sorry about the focus damn phone cameras, can anyone recommend a good camera for taking cacti photos? I'd like to thank gilligan for my first pereskiopsis
I have several persimmon trees on my land. Only one is female and the rest have not born fruit. These are wild persimmons and have been planted for wildlife. Here is my question: If I graft from my known female tree to one of the males, will the