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grafting pics

Ginda, trying to get life back on track here, was going over old email and 
saw your letter, and can't remember if I ever sent you the pics, so here 
they are.    wishing all the best, Del

>From: Ginda Fisher <ginda@concentric.net>
>Reply-To: ginda@concentric.net
>To: pinewoodel@hotmail.com
>Subject: Re: [nafex] grafting technique and ?'s
>Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2001 16:14:06 -0400
>I would also like to see the picture, if you get around to sending it
>Ginda Fisher
>del stubbs wrote:
> >
> > budgrafting reply
> > Brian, On the rootstock sprouts that were 1/8" or under I found the bark 
> > too fragile to peel, and on wild choke cherry it seperated poorly even 
> > 1/4 " stock. So I took a sharp knife and, trying to match the bud scion
> > dimension, I made a cut 1 to 2" long down the rootstock's new growth 
> > trying to not go deeper then 1/3 of the stem thickness. I could do 
> > down to 1/16" this way.
> > If these words don't work I could try a simple drawing and send as an
> > attachment privately. Del

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