Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Apple Tree Grafting Workshop and General Meeting on April 8, 2019









Please join us at 6:30pm on Monday, April 8, 2019 at Yeomalt Cabin.

At our apple tree grafting workshop, you will learn how to graft your own apple tree seedlings.  Grafting creates apple trees with your favorite varieties of fruit on special rootstock.  

We will learn about different apple tree varieties, grafting techniques, and apple tree care.  All members will take home their own grafted apple tree seedling.

We'll also enjoy warm apple pie as a delicious treat!! 




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David Rowland said...

Perfect post, I didn't even know you could graft trees, I just moved to a house with a huge garden with fruit trees, I hope I can find some fun in gardening also can hire a good tree pruning!

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Dorothy Hughes said...

By putting a fruiting plant into the rootstock of a tree, gardeners can graft two trees together. The typical method for accomplishing this is to physically pierce the rootstock, place the second plant right up to it, and then tie the two pieces together. When the pieces come together eventually, they will use different elements of both plants to strengthen the tree's overall health and productivity. But more crucially, grafting enables you to duplicate a strong tree you've already had! Although this straightforward procedure has been used for thousands of years, it has just recently undergone extensive investigation and improvement. Fruit trees that are significantly healthier as a consequence generate better yields and are more resilient to issues.

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