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Re: [nafex] Re: Grafting non- dormant wood, possible?
If there is no browning further up the scion, maybe try just the terminal.
Even if it is just an inch or so, if it grows from the terminal bud, it won't
matter. I've grafted term. buds. Experiment! You have nothing to lose!
vic NH zone 3
> thanks Gordon, Vicoria, Tom, etc.
> I now realize that my main concern is that the xylem area (sapwood)
> which is normally all green in good wood, has brown spots in and
> throughout the area closest to the cut end. This wood spent three
> weeks in shipment in some warm weather. I'm afraid that it is
> infected with a fungus but mostly near the cut ends, not the tips
> with terminal buds.
> Has anyone had any success grafting such wood. I was thinking that
> maybe I should try to T or chip bud this wood in order to bypass the
> infected sapwood.
> Kevin B
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