Grafting is the art of attaching a piece of one plant to another in such a way that the two pieces will bond together and become one plant. One plant is used to provide the root system and sometimes the stem, and is commonly known as the rootstock.
If you are daring enough to try your hand at grafting, you will realize a tremendous amount of pride and self satisfaction when you successfully graft your first plant. Grafting is not difficult; it just takes patience and the correct conditions.
A professor at Syracuse University actually took his grafting experiment to a whole new level and created a tree that bears 40 different types of fruit!
Read about it here: http://college.usatoday.com/2015/07/27/syracuse-professor-creates-fruit-tree/
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https://www.mikesbackyardnursery.com (great site to read and comment)
http://www.freeplants.com (great free information)
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http://www.japanesemaplelovers.com (all about Japanese Maple trees)
http://backyardgrowers.com/easily-root-cuttings/ (BOOKLET-A Simple Way to Root Plants from Cuttings)
http://backyardgrowers.com/root-10000-cuttings-at-one-time/ (Misting system)
http://backyardgrowers.com/hidden-opportunity/ (the Backyard Cash Machine Guide)
backyardgrowers.com/join (Backyard Growers Business Center)
Mile I want to take yr course but understand u can’t ship to canda Ian a special care aid and my husband had a heart attack I need to work from home is there any way I could get your information to canada I love plant and gardening this may be the answer for me hope u can help
All of products are available to Canadians and just about anywhere else in the world. Some physical products require extra shipping charges, but our training materials are digital so that’s not a problem. We do have a number of Canadian members and we are in process of building a plants selling network for our Canadian members.