Grafting Fruit Trees: Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-35
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A-scion Answer apple and pear asphalt-water emulsion dressing B-scion bark grafting beeswax Budding A form Budding Budding cambium layer channel cherry Cleft grafting compatible cut in bark cut surface diagonal cut dormant early spring form of grafting four inches Graft Bridge grafting graft or bud grafting and budding grafting wax grow home orchardist inches in diameter Inlay Graft limb McIntosh apple mice moist nursery older trees peach pear trees piece of bark plum pocket knife previous season's shoot protected from drying pruned back pruning shears rabbits raffia rodent rootstocks scion and stock scion or bud scion wood scions and buds scions are prepared season sharp single bud single tree sloping cuts small brads small trees split spring growth stock and scion stone fruits Stub Graft tallow three to four tirning tissues Topworking Tower Hill tree trunk tying is needed usually varieties of apple wax or asphalt-water Whip Graft winter injury wounds