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From One Variety to 21! -Framework Grafting vs Topworking = More Varieties, Sooner!

 
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Skillcult-  If you are interested in grafting apple trees he is your man.  Check out his vids.

 
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Thanks for sharing! You can do way more with grafting than I ever knew!
 
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Adrienne,  Yes!   It's pretty amazing the abuse an apple tree will take when it comes to grafting.
 
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