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[nafex] Late grafting from spring scionwood

As noted in an earlier statement, I had many grafting failures this 
spring.  It turns out I had one variety of persimmon (which I have 
attempted to chip bud as of yesterday) and the six varieties of 
peaches I had attempted in spring Whip&tongue.  The peach scionwood 
appears to be alive (yellowish green inside (the color of a plant 
that has been out of sunlight for quite a while)).  Is it of any use 
to attempt to graft peach in September from scionwood that has been 
stored for a long time?


Chris Mauchline
SE PA, zone 6

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