Discussion in 'Grafting, layering & propagating' started by Cadillactaste, Jun 4, 2017.
I've not used it...curious if anyone here has.
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I just wanted to create a new thread asking about opinions on this. Was wondering if it would be usable to self-graft long pine branches. These are usually (almost) constant width so should fit nicely. Anyone has opinion on this?
Grafting tools work great, and I think this one will fit your application.
I can't tell from the packaging but what brand is it? My only concern ( I guess with all tools) is longevity and strength. Just some thoughts
The brand that is sold here mostly is EXTOL.
I would not use it daily so would not worry about longevity that much. Also, here in EU you (as a consumer) have 2-year warranty by required by law so I can be sure it would work at least that much.
Get it! That is a nice consumer protection
I'll probably do. But now is not a good time (according to what I read) to do the grafting so it can wait. Also will have to find some training (read: cheap) material to test this on.
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