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I’m new to this. I grafted Apple trees this spring with very good success. My scion wood is now growing and producing new growth. Am I supposed to chose on shoot as the main trunk of the new tree or do I just let them all grow and begin pruning for shape once they are bigger? I don’t know what to do and any help is greatly appreciated.
 
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