This knowledgeable look into the steps of how to do fruit tree whip grafting propagation so a homesteader with limited land can grow fruit trees that have multiple varieties upon it.
Instead of a tree bearing a large quantity of the same variety of fruit at once, you can spread the harvesting season (since different varieties ripen at different times) and harvest multiple varieties of fruits, with different flavors, shapes and sizes…. as quoted from the tutorial.
Don’t let the lack of acreage stop you from growing a large variety of fruits for your family to eat fresh picked from a tree or a fruit supply for canning for food storage.
This super informative article on grafting fruit trees is from Kamal Hyder on Instructables.
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