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Video: Grafting jaboticabas for the New Year

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shilohtech:
Had a grafting session to close out 2021. Watch me struggle to get my cuts right. Thanks for watching and Subscribe to support my channel and to follow along with my experiments.
Nice and fresh scions provided by Bush2Beach

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rP751PbN2oA
 

tobineely:

--- Quote from: shilohtech on January 16, 2022, 04:33:49 PM ---Had a grafting session to close out 2021. Watch me struggle to get my cuts right. Thanks for watching and Subscribe to support my channel and to follow along with my experiments.
Nice and fresh scions provided by Bush2Beach

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rP751PbN2oA

--- End quote ---
How old are the sabra seedlings you used in the trays

shilohtech:
The seedlings in plug trays are a little more than 1 year old. The bigger ones in individual pots are probably about 2 years old.

ScottR:
Shiloh, you've made some nice video's for sure and I've enjoyed the other one's but this one showing your grafting technique scared me for you!! As a long time grafter might I mention to you that a better way to control your grafting knife would be to hold your knife hand against your stomach and move the scion with other hand. That way your knife will not be thrusting into your body part's ;) just a suggestion keep on keep en on  :D 8) 

Bush2Beach:
Nice video Shiloh. Hope they all take for you.

Robert, I lament that my preferred grafting motion where I have the best control is cutting towards me. I do not feel comfortable cutting away from myself and my cuts arenít clean.
Itís a bummer because I donít want to teach people to cut towards themselves.
 Some people I have worked with are not comfortable around knives and power tools and it feels like teaching whittling sometimes.

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