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Topic Title: Grafting question
Topic Summary: Mango children not same fruit as parent tree that I started from seed
Created On: 07/17/2023 05:42 AM
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 07/17/2023 05:42 AM
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TONYlookaround

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Ive got a 2004 mango tree with my favorite fruit, I grew from seed. Ive started many seeds from it and none of the trees have the same great mango. Its time to prune the big tree and I was thinking... Why not do serious grafting from the main tree to mature children trees to retain the good fruit HOW MANY LIMBS CAN I GRAFT Over? When is best time of year to graft? Can I graft half of the tree? All the tree ? If any online mango grafting guides or anyone here able to help out with the proper tools Id really like to learn. Thanks

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 07/21/2023 06:02 PM
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Try Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden for videos on grafting and general care. Unlike avocados, you don't do buds, but put short stems on stems of the same diameter.
 07/22/2023 09:22 AM
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Central Floridave

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I've grafted mango before. It is fairly easy. Check youtube vids.
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