Randy Bucher wrote:I have found " nothing " in the area along with no classes being offered at anytime. I see so many different ways to do grafting and wondering is there a preference that most new people start with? I was told however that I should use M111 tree stock in the area I live ( North Carolina ).
Randy Bucher wrote: I will be looking for M111 apple rootstock. So any leads that you could give me would be much appreciated.
Randy Bucher wrote:
I may be getting in over my head with ordering 100 M11 rootstock but I was always told " if you are going to do it then jump in and do it "...lol. So far i have the 100 rootstock on order and 100 - 3 gallon containers already in hand.
What do you think about the grafting pruning tools ? Are they good,bad or not worth it ? ( should i just stick with a sharp grafting knife ? ).