Grafting Fruit Trees | PATCH BUDDING Grafting Technique

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The patch budding grafting technique is the most effective to graft a bud directly into the main trunk on older wood. In fruit types were the bark grafts don’t give good results it should be your first option to change varieties when grafting fruit trees.
Table of contents:
0:00 – Intro
1. Removing the scion patch - 0:47
2. Removing the bark in the rootstock - 2:25
3. Securing the Patch - 4:07
4. Useful tips and more examples – 5:18
5. Results – 11:05
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